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Watford Celebration 2018

Celebrating Watford's Rich Diversity

'ONE TOWN TOGETHER'

On Bank Holiday Monday

7th May  

11am till 4pm

Multi Cultural Community Centre, St Michael and All Angels' Church and Littlebury Hall

Durban Road, Watford WD18 7DS

All welcome!

FREE ENTRY

FREE PARKING
at the Watford Boys' Grammar School on Rickmansworth Road


 

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

To Baroness
Dorothy Thornhill MBE

for her tremendous support over the years as

the Patron of Watford Celebration!!

 

 


AUDENTIOR AWARDS 2016

'Special Achievement Award'


 

 Children's Activities and International Buffet

 Most children's activities will take place in the Littlebury Hall. 

There will be a Bouncy Castle outside from ‘Ben's Bouncy Castles’

The Watford Chinese Association will teach the children some simple origami, the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture
There will also be some exciting craft activities organised by the Watford Velmurugan Hindu Temple.
Pandav vidya Shala will teach the children a dance performance on Lord Ganesh, the elephant Hindu god revered as the remover of obstacles and the patron of arts and sciences.

We will also have Face painting from Pumpkin Crafts and the Watford Chinese Association with spontaneous and creative face painting designs which surely will delight the children

The firemen will bring their fire engine to show to the children

And other exciting activities...

 International buffet & Refreshments: 

Food from all over the world will be served in the MCCC.

Everyone looks forward to the international food which is on offer at Celebration. On one plate you can be transported to the cuisines of India, Africa, Japan, Spain, China and Pakistan!

The food will be served at 12.30pm in the MCCC

The Watford Chinese Association will provide vegetable noodles and the Watford Muslim Women’s Organisation: Pakistani samosas and pakoras.

The Brahma Kumaris are bringing Indian vegetarian finger food and muffins, the Watford Bridge of Peace WFWP: Korean homemade kimbab, Japanese sushi, as well as fairy cakes and scones. You will be able also to taste: Sri Lankan and South Indian food prepared by the ladies at the Watford Velmurugan Temple, Syrian (Halal) and Ghanaian dishes served by the Watford and Three Rivers Refugees Partnership and also some Spanish, Polish and Bulgarian food.

There will be a Celebration cake!

We ask a Donation of £2 per plate.

In the MCCC and Littlebury, hot and cold drinks with biscuits available free all day but small donations are most welcome.

Bon Appétit! Enjoy!