Watford Celebration

Watford Celebration

Celebrating Watford's
Rich Diversity

'One Town Together'

On Bank Holiday Monday
6th May
11am till 4pm

Multi Cultural Community Centre,
St Michael and All Angels' Church
and Littlebury Hall

Durban Road, Watford WD18 7DS

All welcome!


Audentior Award 2016

'Special Achievement Award'

Children's Activities and International Buffet:

Children's activities:

Most children's activities took place in and around Littlebury Hall.

This year the bouncy castle comes from Abbots Bouncy Castle Hire.

Childrens area photo.

Pumpkin Crafts will be painting faces for children of all ages. The Brahma Kumaris will provide some simple crafts and a virtue wheel for children of two years and above. Suzuko is inviting the children 5 years old and plus to learn about the art of origami, the Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figures.

Want to try a spot of drama? Then why not join Herts Inclusive Theatre for some fully inclusive movement, character creation and fun!” at 2pm in the church. They will also have a craft table for children.

The Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue firemen will come and children can explore their fire engine.

This year we have a VERY special guest, all the way from Watford Football Club HARRY THE HORNET!! He will be around from 11 am until 1pm.

International Buffet:

Food from all over the world will be served in the MCCC at 12.20pm.

Everyone looks forward to the international food which is on offer at Celebration. On one plate you can be transported to the cuisines of India, Poland, China, Bulgaria, Japan, Italy, Pakistan and somewhere else!

Food area photo.

The Watford Chinese Association will provide vegetable noodles and spring rolls, the Watford Muslim Women’s Organisation are bringing their famous tasty samosas and pakoras Pakistani style. If you have a sweet tooth, you will enjoy a variety of delicious cakes from the Watford Bridge of Peace WFWP. The Brahma Kumaris will have Indian vegetarian finger food. There will be Sri Lankan snacks prepared by the members of the Velmurugan Hindu Temple. You will be able to taste some Polish traditional dish from the Watford Saturday Polish School and some specialities from Bulgaria, Albania and other part of the world. If you are vegan, we will have also some vegan food from the Stanborough Seventh Day Adventist church and the One Vision Project. This is not all, there will be Halal chicken donated by the Prince of Bengal restaurant and a lot of pizzas from MOD Pizza - Watford

We will also have a Celebration cake!

We ask a Donation of £2 per plate. Hot and cold drinks with biscuits available all day in the MCCC and Littlebury Hall with small donation.

Bon Appétit! Enjoy!