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The Dukes in Lancaster’s work with Travellers nominated for BBC Radio Lancashire’s Community Project of the Year

The Dukes Theatre in Lancaster’s celebrated work with young female Gypsy, Roma Travellers communities has been shortlisted in BBC Radio Lancashire Make A…

"First, they laugh, and then they ask how you did it!" - says self-determined entrepreneur Olivia Hammond

"You will never be as happy as you are when you're living your truth." -  says Olivia Hammond. TT caught up with the 21-year old based in Lancashire. She didn't take the…

Smith's Kushti Podcast: Romani feminism

Today is International women's day, a day to celebrate and critically reflect on the achievements and ongoing challenges faced by women.  YTT Editor Lisa Smith explores…

 
 

Features

The Last Stopping Place – a new work of fiction from ‘Gypsy Poet’ Ray Wills

Writer Ray Wills, affectionately known as the Gypsy Poet, is a writer of fiction and non-fiction, poetry and prose. He has now turned his pen to this stunning new novel enti…

'They did their bit' - Remembering the Gypsies and Travellers who served in the forces

On Saturday 13th of November, the Travellers’ Times visited a very special event put on by Kushti Bok, the Dorset based Romany Gypsy and Traveller rights charity. The event…

Feeling accepted and not being judged just for being me was a revelation

Bela Varadi, a Hungarian Roma journalist and photographer now living in the UK, went along to the recent GRT led Drive 2 Survive rally, part of a larger anti-racism rally in…