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Coming to Gravesham Book Launch

The book which resulted from the project titled “Coming to Gravesham” was officially launched on Wednesday January 12 2011 at a special community event which was attended by 300 people at the Woodville Halls in Gravesend including the majority of the participants who shared their stories for the book, local schools and community groups. The … Continue reading Coming to Gravesham Book Launch

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Sadi Awaz Suno (Listen to our Voices)

Over 300 women attended the Sadi Awaaz Suno (Listen to our Voices) event held at the Woodville Halls in Gravesham on Friday March 11. The event was organised in partnership by Rethink Sahayak and Kent Equality Cohesion Council. The aim of the event was to look at issues such as domestic violence, equality and human … Continue reading Sadi Awaz Suno (Listen to our Voices)

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Director wins Local Award

Gurvinder Sandher the Director of Kent Equality Cohesion Council was awarded a special award by Cllr. Jeremy Kite the Leader of Dartford Borough Council for his work around promoting community cohesion in the borough. The Dartfordian Awards was in recognition of his work around the Dartford Mela, the Dartford Festival of Light and his efforts … Continue reading Director wins Local Award

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Dartford Saint Georges and Royal Wedding Celebrations

Kent Equality Cohesion Council in partnership with Dartford Borough Council and with the support of Kent County Council have organised the Dartford Saint George’s Day & Royal Wedding Celebrations which will take place on Wednesday April 27th. 450 pupils from 7 local schools will be taking part in the parade which starts at 10am. The … Continue reading Dartford Saint Georges and Royal Wedding Celebrations

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Biggest Street Party in Kent

Kent Equality Cohesion Council in partnership with Gravesham Borough Council and with the support of Kent County Council have organised the biggest street party in Kent which will involve over 500 young people to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding. The celebrations will take place on Thursday April 28 and will start with a parade at … Continue reading Biggest Street Party in Kent

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