promoting knowledge and
understanding of the life
and death of David Oluwale.

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Memorial Garden
Progress report - developing the Memorial Garden

Progress report – developing the Memorial Garden

As you’ve seen in earlier posts, Leeds Met University (now Leeds Beckett University) students have produced a model and drawings for the David Oluwale Memorial Garden. We are now working on detailed costings for the Garden’s various elements. The basic groundwork will be done by Leeds City Council’s Environment Agency flood-defence programme, and the beautiful...
45 Years On: Fundraising event for the David Oluwale Memorial Garden - programme

45 Years On: Fundraising event for the David Oluwale Memorial Garden – programme

Announcing the final programme for the major event at Left Bank, Leeds, on Saturday 3rd May 2014, organised by Masters students at Leeds Metropolitan University with help from our charity . . .   It’s exactly 45 years since David died REMEMBER OLUWALE FUNDRAISING EVENT Celebrating Diversity in Leeds Saturday 3rd May 2014, 7-10pm At...
Seyi Ogunjobi on Remember Oluwale

Seyi Ogunjobi on Remember Oluwale

I share the same heritage and culture with Oluwale as a Yoruba descendant. We are aware of the diabolic treatment that led to the brutal murder of David Oluwale in Leeds in 1969, but we can not dwell on his negative experiences as already indicated during the workshop held in Leeds on 26th June 2012....
Site plan...

Site plan…

We have negotiated a temporary licence from Asda for the site, which is 10 mins from the old Leeds Bridge and on the riverside of the Aire. It’s appropriate as this location is in the immediate vicinity of where David Oluwale was last seen. It’s perfect with its standing doorway and flowing water (see our...
Site Visit May 2012

Site Visit May 2012

Photos from our visit to the proposed David Oluwale memorial site by the River Aire in May 2012:
January 2012 site visit photos

January 2012 site visit photos

Photos from our visit to the proposed David Oluwale memorial site by the River Aire in January 2012: