ACTIVITIES SO FAR
The Association since creation has held 7 monthly meetings and has built confidence in members.
Members have used this meetings to know about other Cameroonians living in and around the Weston area. The Association made
an indelible mark at its debut New Year's Party on the 3rd of february 2007 at the St. Paul's Church Hall in Weston. It was
a crowd pulling party with guests of all nationalities in Weston and its environ. The high table was flanked with
dignitories including the Mayor and Chairlady of the North Somerset Council, the Community Development Officer (Katherine
Roces) North Somerset Council and a host of others.
Members as well as guests were treated to a variety of typical Cameroonian dishes.
The only problem encountered by guests was that of making the choice of food. The bar was filled to capacity and was
placed nearest to each person's finger tips.
DJ Otto stretched 100 percent of guests on their feet all evening with typical makossa,
Assiko, njang, zouk, bikutsi and western sounds.
The Association was invited to participate at a forum for minority groups at the Winter Gardens
in Weston organised by the North Somerst Council. Members once again thrilled the crowd when they stepped into the inner bowl
of the Winter Garden Hall Complex in typical traditional dresses chanting the "WE ARE TOGETHER" song. Gladys Ngwasheri and
Perpetua threw the crowd in to total jubilation when the "Njang" dance was called in. Again another
problem occured here with the guests confused on what to focus their attention on. It was difficult to choose a point of focus
from (the colourful dresses, the njang music, the dancing and the magestical movements made by Prince Lawrence Ngwasheri
with the ladys bowing behind him and waving the traditional cowtail.
The children were not left behind as they were described as being very coordinated and fully
aware of what was going on. the crowd was again treated to a restricted variety of Cameroonian dishes which was described
A stand was allocated to the Association and it was filled with photographs covering every
aspect of Cameroon with highlights including football, tourism, agriculture, social, education, infrastructure
All in all, the party was nicknamed the "birth" of the Association and the participation at
Winter Gardens the "baptism"