#MyPolishHeritage

A unique look at Polish identity for Polish Heritage Days 2022

Each of us has a unique Polish heritage: we have all been influenced in different ways by our family, friends, community and history.  Our memories are often imprinted on objects, photographs of bygone days and also bound up with places, feelings, smells or sounds. What are yours? This campaign invites you to present five elements of your Polish Heritage. Join us by emailing your entry!

Jean Sztul-Belda

Renata Mucha

As my husband is from the mountains, I wanted a traditional Polish wedding and a horse and cart as I used to love travelling with my grandad in one as a child. I was expecting a “drabiniaka” like the one the band, dressed in mountain style clothes were travelling in but instead we had 3 “bryczki”. One for my husband and I, the second for the bridesmaids and the third for our mothers. It was the most perfect day.

George Stacewicz

Richard D. Gdulewicz

Nina Finbow

Jacek Orchel

Vincent Zdzitowiecki

Peter Muskus

Teresa Myk

Anna Kucewicz