A peaceful protest will be taking place in Carshalton as part of the Black Lives Matter movement this Saturday (July 25).

'Residents Against Racism’s neighbourhood' event plans to voice those who have felt unheard whilst living in Sutton.

Demonstrators are being asked to arrive at 1.00 pm to The Grove, Bottom Green, to participate in the event which starts at 1.15 pm to 3.00 pm.

The 'family-friendly' event will feature; speeches, music and stories talking about residents experience of being black and mixed in Sutton.

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This is the second demonstration to take place in Carshalton, with the first being last month, on June 20.

The first protest saw over 200 demonstrators sit on allocated spaces on the green opposite St Helier Hospital.

See more: Pictures capture 'brilliantly peaceful' Black Lives Matter protest opposite St Helier

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A spokesperson for Residents Against Racism said: "Residents Against Racism’s neighbourhood event is taking place to raise the issues that face our black and mixed neighbours, friends and loved ones

"Our emphasis on family-friendly events is to promote that this is a discussion for all ages and all people.

"Equality is a human right and the only way to truly achieve it is to take action in our neighbourhood and environment.

"Our event aims to provide a platform for people to speak, learn and celebrate black culture in our community."