Christmas

HASWA Christmas party – 12 December 2018

Christmas was celebrated at the HASWA centre on the 12 December. The celebrations started at 11:30 and everybody joined in singing Christmas Carol with Councillor Stephanie Nunn and the HASWA Drama group. Antakshari (an Indian singing game) was played and jokes told and everybody enjoyed a traditional Christmas lunch and a vegetarian roast dinner. HASWA secretary Sansar Singh Narwal wished everybody a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and to respect and enjoy each other’s faiths and cultures.  He said events like these bring people together and improves social isolation in the wider community.

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HASWA Christmas party – 14 December 2016

Christmas was celebrated at the HASWA centre on the 14th December. The celebrations started at 11:30, everybody joined in and played Pass the Parcel, Antakshari (an Indian singing game) and told jokes before tucking into a traditional Christmas lunch and a vegetarian roast dinner. HASWA secretary Sansar Singh Narwal wished everybody a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and to respect and enjoy each other’s faiths and cultures.  He said events like these bring people together and improves social isolation in the wider community.

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HASWA Christmas party – 16 December 2015

HASWA Intergenerational Connecting Communities Project celebrated Christmas at the HASWA centre on the 16th December. Everybody joined in singing and telling their favorite jokes. After the raffel, traditional Christmas lunch and the vegetarian food was served. Mr Sansar Singh Narwal, Hon. Secretary wished everybody a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and said that everybody should respect and enjoy each other’s faith and culture. Thank you to all our staff, volunteers, members and guests for making this Christmas party very enjoyable and successful. The celebration was partly funded by the Big Lottery Fund.

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HASWA Christmas Party 17th December 2014

HASWA Intergenerational Connecting Communities Project celebrated Christmas at the HASWA centre on the 17th December 2014. 70 people attended and the party started at 12pm. Everybody joined in to play Antakshari (Indian singing game) and our guest Councillor Alex Donald got everybody to sing Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer! Mr Sansar Singh Narwal, Hon. Secretary held a minute’s silence for those who died in the terrorist attacks in Sydney, Australia and at the school in Pakistan.  He said that everybody should respect and enjoy each other’s faith and culture as Havering is a very diverse borough and wished everybody a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Everybody enjoyed the traditional Christmas lunch or the vegetarian option and waited eagerly for the raffle draw! Thank you to all our staff, volunteers, members and guests for making this Christmas party very enjoyable.

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