HASWA Intergenerational Connecting Communities project celebrated Vaisakhi, the harvest festival of Punjab and birth of the Khalsa on the 26th April 2014 at their community centre Greenfields, Kilmartin Way, Elm Park, Essex. It was a community function and Sansar Singh Narwal General Secretary of HASWA welcomed everybody to the Vaisakhi celebration. He said that events like these help unite communities and brings together people of all faiths and ethnicities. Amongst the guests were Councillor Melvin Wallace and Councillor Andrew Curtin who both delivered messages of goodwill. Everyone enjoyed the Bollywood dance performances by children and singing by the ladies group. Malkit Singh sang Bollywood numbers and the Bhangara music had people dancing. The evening was filled with music, food and festivities and enjoyed by all. Authentic Indian cuisine was provided by Samosa King. Airfield Tesco and members of HASWA donated the raffle prizes. The event was part funded by the Big Lottery Fund.