PICTURES: Fairfield Halls in Croydon hosts fun-filled CMG Black History Month bash
African drumming, dancing and arts and crafts were among the highlights of a fun-filled Black History Month bash at Fairfield Halls.
A delicious range of exotic foods and fancy-dress also added spice to the event, based around the theme of animals, held by care provider CMG.
More than 200 guests including service users, family members, staff and Coun Yvette Hopley, the Mayor of Croydon, were in attendance.
Awards were dished out for CMG service users, with Sam Marshall scooping top prize for singing and William Sutton being named best dancer.
The afternoon event, held annually by the care provider, celebrates the UK's black history and cultural diversity.
Staff member Nelly Gnamien with Sandro Oreto
Sam Marshall serves up food
Coun Yvette Hopley with CMG chief executive Peter Kinsey, who was presented with a 'Best CEO Ever' award by staff
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