Dinner marking United Nations World Peace Day
Wednesday 21st September was the 2016 United Nations World Peace Day and was celebrated by Redbridge Faith Forum organising a very enjoyable social event for people of all faiths and none to come together to share a delicious three course vegetarian meal.
Redbridge Faith Forum would like to thank the management committee and members of the Karamsar Centre for their generous hospitality in providing a wonderful meal in the lovely surroundings of the Banqueting Suite in what was once the Ilford County Courthouse in Buckingham Road in Ilford.
Redbridge Faith Forum was delighted that The Mayor of Redbridge, Councillor Gurdial Bhamra attended the event and spoke personally to those attending as well as making an inspirational address.
Everyone who attended greatly enjoyed the event and comments received from diners included the following
“Wonderful meal! Great company! Good to be one community. Thank you!”
“The event was very well organised. It was nice to speak to people from different faiths. The food was freshly made and tasted wonderful. Thank you.”
“The Mayor’s speech was inspiring and I enjoyed the meal”.
“A truly enriching experience, from reception to departure. The food was a culinary experience and delight. The whole evening was a memorable experience. The speeches were thought provoking”
“We only saw smiling faces. This evidenced how the evening enlightened all.”
“Thanks for the welcome afforded to us. The venue and atmosphere were great. The fusion of the multi cultural faith is truly amazing. Hope this entente cordiale spreads throughout the country”
“A delightful evening, so nice to see all people in deep conversation with one another! Many thanks”
“Thanks to the RFF and the Gurdwara team who have together made the evening very enjoyable one with good company speeches and a very appetising meal. Thank you”
“Sikh hospitality is ever most welcoming and generous. The meal was greatly appreciated and it was most encouraging that the Mayor was present and spoke about community co-operation and cohesion. Bringing all faiths together for devotions, discussions or socials can only be good for a healthy go-ahead Borough. Many thanks.”
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