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Kerala Cultural and Welfare Association’s Onam 2017 celebrations completedwith two days programs in Archbishop of Lanfranc Academy on 26th and 27 August. 1st day was devoted to cultural programs from community members, KCWA members, KCWA Dance school, invited dance guests and professional performers.

The event was witnessed by the Mayor of Croydon;  Cllr Toni Letts, Mr Somachandran; 1st Secretary to the Indian High Commission, Rev Catherine Tucker, Deputy Mayor of Bradley Stoke; Cllr Tom Aditya, other distinguish guests, and community members.

The traditional Onasadhya took place on the 2nd day and over 400 community members took part in the event.

Closing date for KCWA’s annual educational awards (GCSE and A-Level) for Croydon and surrounding boroughs and all UK application is 20th September 2017. Presentation date and venue will be announced in due course. Further details are at KCWA website at www.kcwa.uk

 

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