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Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 28 Feb 2014 @ 12:23

A PARTY to cheer up February is always a good idea, and this was a "Love Migrants" party in Walthamstow, the part of east London that is in Chelmsford diocese. More than 100 people from at least 20 nationalities gathered to enjoy Filipino dancing, Spanish song, Congolese music, and food from around the world.

"The Love Migrants party epitomises all we love about Walthamstow," a local resident, Ulrike Schmidt, said. "The vision of colour, joy, music, and dance ...

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