Drop in to diversity celebration
Published 1st November 2018
diversity festival text reads 'celebrate our diverse communities in East Herts' with a row of religious symbols
You can chat to people of different faiths and find out more about diversity in East Herts at a celebration later this month.

­­­­­­­Organised by East Herts Council chairman Keith Warnell, the drop-in event will include information stalls from the Tibetan Buddhist, Bahai, Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Quaker communities.

The Ware Community Muslims will be offering henna tattoos. Families are welcome.

Cllr Warnell said: "We all live here, work here, pay taxes and breathe the same air.  We are all one community and this event is a chance to show that, as well as offering a chance for a greater understand of the other cultures in our community."

It's on Sunday November 18, 12 noon-4pm, at Fletcher's Lea, Ware Priory, High St, Ware SG12 9AL. Drop in any time.


November 1 2018