Havering Asian Social and Welfare Association celebrates Vaisakhi
- Credit: Havering Asian Social and Welfare Association.
People from all generations and corners of the community came together on Saturday to celebrate Vaisakhi – a Punjab festival and birth of Khalsa.
Organised by the Havering Asian Social and Welfare Association (HASWA) the event, was held at the Greenfields community centre, Kilmartin Way, Elm Park.
People tucked into traditional food, enjoyed a Bollywood and Bhangra performances by children.
Project administrator Baljit Kalar said: “It went really well.
“We had the mayor [Cllr Philippa Crowder] and our councillor Stephanie Nunn attend.
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“In all we had more than 80 people turn up to our annual event. The turn out was really good.”
Entertainment included a magic show and singing by the HASWA ladies group and a raffle.
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The organisation has a range of activities on offer.
For more information on HASWA visit haswa.org.uk.