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Learn about Diwali at Havering Adult College sessions in Harold Hill, Rainham and Romford next week

16:38 25 October 2013

Youngsters can learn about Diwali at a series of hands-on events organised by Havering Adult College.

The festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindu and Sikh people among others, takes place on Sunday, November 3.

Children aged five to 10 can create Diwali crafts and food while learning about the festival at: Harold Hill’s Betty Whiting Centre in Briar Road on Tuesday from 1pm until 3pm; Rainham Children’s Centre, in Rainham Village School, Upminster Road South, on Wednesday from 10am until noon; and at the Adult College in Havering Road, Romford, on Thursday between 1pm and 3pm.

Spaces are limited and must be booked in advance. Call 01708 434 955. Children should attend with a parent or carer.

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