The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
CWaC: October 2018
Starting at 12 noon the colourful parade organised by the Sanjhi Indian Association leaves the Town Hall Square making its way to Eastgate Street for a display of traditional Indian dancing at 12.30pm.
The Lord Mayor of Chester, Councillor Alex Black said: "Please join us to celebrate the festival of light. The Diwali festival can be relied on to have spectators dancing along with the musicians and dancers. Cheshire West and Chester Council are pleased to be supporting the celebrations again this year".
Workshops including Rangoli Diwali art cards, Diya Indian candles, Henna hand painting and Indian face painting take place from 2pm — 3pm at the Unity Centre in Cuppin Street where there will also be Indian food available from £3.
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