Inside 'UK's most diverse road' where happy residents speak 70 different languages

[30-03-2023 09:52 AM]

Ammon News - This is Britain's most diverse street, where residents speak 70 languages from dozens of different ethnic groups.

Barton Street, in the quiet cathedral city of Gloucester, is home to residents from as far away as India, Nigeria and Iraq, who describe the multicultural community as 'amazing'.

The area was traditionally the Jewish quarter but over the centuries a large number of Muslim and Eastern European families have made the street their home.

Now the minaret of Jana Mosque points high above the quiet road filled with grocery shops, hairdressers, and restaurants serving the many different communities who live there.

Further down the street, a Methodist Church sits alongside Afro-Caribbean Mr B's Hair Products and buildings which were once old-fashioned English pubs are now vibrant international supermarkets.

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