Royal Association for Deaf People hosted a Cultural Mela at Eastbury Comprehensive School in Barking, Essex.
The daytime event consisted of various exhibition stands, workshops, taster sessions, and interactive activities that attracted people of all ages and from a variety of Black, Minority & Ethnic (BME) background. A special guest of honour was attended by Carol Vincent from Channel 4’s ‘Big Brother.
Deaf Parenting UK set up their own exhibition stall and played a role in facilitating access to information and services.
The evening event provided a vibrant display of various dance, mime and music – performances that took place on the stage. The event was a success, which made a huge difference to the BME community. Royal Association for Deaf People will be planning a better and bigger Mela event for next year!
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