Redbridge disabled women’s group hold bazaar
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Beautiful jewellery, colourful shalwar kameezes and delicious food were sold at a women’s group’s annual charity bazaar.
Redbridge Disabled Women’s Welfare Association (RDWWA) hold the popular event each year.
More than 50 people, including new Redbridge Mayor Cllr Gurdial Bhamra, piled into the Jack Carter Centre, in The Drive, Ilford, on Monday to create a great atmosphere.
The stalls were full from 11am until 3pm.
Severine Kaleem, projects manager for RDWWA, told the Recorder: “It was really nice to meet the new Mayor I had an excellent talk with him.
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“It was a really great event, everybody had a good time and it was incredibly busy.”
Severine said the group were really pleased to see former Mayor Cllr Barbara White and her husband Frank at the bazaar, who have supported RDWWA for several years.
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