Watford Celebration 2019

Celebrating Watford's Rich Diversity


On Bank Holiday Monday

6th May  

11am till 4pm

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

Durban Road, Watford WD18 7DS

All welcome!







'Special Achievement Award'




Celebration on the 6th May

After finding out that Ramadan would not be over on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May, the Celebration team with the advice of our Muslim friends decided to forward Watford Celebration 2019 to the first Bank Holiday Monday 6th May. We also wanted to be sure that the Chinese and other communities would be available at that time.


Watford Celebration 2019!!

At our debrief on June 12 and after another successful Watford Celebration on May 7th, the Watford Celebration committee decided to go ahead and choose the date of Bank Holiday Monday 27 May for our next Watford Celebration in 2019!


On YouTube

Please visit our YouTube channel: where you can enjoy and remember the wonderful performances members of the Watford community offered at our special day of celebration and friendship. If you wish, please subscribe and let's keep in touch. Thank you. See you next year.


Thank you Dorothy and everyone! 

Thank you to everyone who came, volunteered and took part in Watford Celebration!! We had another wonderful Celebration of Watford this year. So many talented people in Watford! This year was a special turning point for our town as our Patron Baroness Dorothy Thornhill stood down as our Elected Mayor after 16 years. We will miss Dorothy but she reassured us that she will not be far away and she still wishes to remain our patron. We all wish her well and a well deserved break.

The High Sheriff of Hertfordshire Mrs Suzy Harvey enjoyed her visit to Watford and stayed with us the whole afternoon. She also mentioned us on the High Sheriff website.


Our banners are up!!

The Firemen have always been of great help hanging our banners but this year they could not do it due to a change in their policy. We were all wondering how we would hang those banners climbing high up on ladders??? Harjit Singh and Manjinder Singh from the Watford Sikh Community came to our rescue and hung our 3 banners! Thank you so much to both of you!! They are now hanging on the Multi Cultural Community Centre and St Michael and All Angels' Church for everyone to see and announce our special Celebration.