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Gallery: Asian women discover education and career opportunities at town hall fair

17:02 19 June 2014

The Redbridge Asian Women

The Redbridge Asian Women's Achievement Award was handed to Parminder Kaur Kondral. (From left to right) Jasbir Kaur Panesar from UEL, Redbridge's former mayor Felicity Banks, Ravi Bhanot, winner Parminder Kaur Kondral and chair of the Sikh Women's Alliance Balvinder Kaur Saund

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Education, employment and training opportunities were on offer for Asian women at a special fair.

Parminder Kaur Kondral receiving her awardParminder Kaur Kondral receiving her award

The town hall event was attended by dozens of residents aged 16 and over who wanted to find out more about the options available for them in east London.

The fair was held by the University of East London in partnership with Redbridge Council and included the presentation of the Redbridge Asian Women’s Achievement Award to Parminder Kaur Kondral.

See our gallery of pictures here and read more about the event in next week’s Recorder.

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