The dream of Father Huddleston was to see young people develop to their full potential -
Our programmes encompass leadership, inspiration and value-
We also preserve and share the history of this area, and histories of the multi-
Our values are inspired by the life-
Trevor Huddleston CR Memorial Centre, 71 Toby Street, Sophiatown, Johannesburg, 2092 . Post: PO Box 468, Westhoven 2142.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +27 (0) 11 673 1271 Fax: +27 (0) 11 252 7976
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The Trevor Huddleston Memorial Centre. NPO no 020 393
Patrons: Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Ambassador Abdul Minty, Rev Mpho Tutu
Hon Sophie du Bruyn MP, Emeritus Archbishop Khotso Makhulu, Esme Matshikiza, Sally Motlana.
As we know Hugh went on to be perhaps South Africa’s most internationally famous band leader, trumpeter and jazz pioneer. At the memorial service for Fr Huddleston, held at the Market Theatre, Joburg in 1998 Hugh Masekela presented a young trumpeter with a brand new trumpet in Huddleston’s name. In Sophiatown today we support emerging talent – music, dance, art, design, theatre and photography to name a few of the disciplines. But at the heart of it is the music.
We are all about young people, sharing stories and working together to make a better South Africa. Here's a story about Fr Huddleston that inspires us:
Fr Huddleston with two members of the 'Huddleston Jazz Band' the teenage Jonas Gwangwa and Hugh Masekela
ABOUT FATHER TREVOR HUDDLESTON
Fr Trevor Huddleston receiving Hugh Masekela’s trumpet from Louis Armstrong on 1 May 1956. Photo by Wallace Kirkland
Fr Trevor Huddleston bought a second-