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Seven Kings Welcomes The Festive Feeling With Their Fantastic Winter Fayre

Twinkling lights of all different colours lined the streets of Seven Kings on Friday evening for their Winter Fayre. Locals were treated to music, food and many other culture and leisure stalls throughout the event.

Seven Kings Winter Fayre

Festive music was the Fayre’s soundtrack for the evening, courtesy of Redbridge Music Lounge. From famous classics to the sounds of Christmas 2014, it certainly created the perfect atmosphere for some winter fun. It wasn’t long before pupils from Farnham Green’s School Choir, who all donned sparkly santa hats, assembled not far from Seven Kings Station to lend their angelic voices to the Fayre.

The smells of hot food being cooked to perfection while you wait Seven Kings High Road were also attracting people, especially the hungry school children! The Kitchen of Adina Oros had laid out an intriguing array of jars containing spreadable ingredients from chilli to cinnamon, there was everything you could ever need for the perfect snack on a cold winter’s night.

Seven Kings Winter Fayre 2

Along with the Christmas lights that brightened up the streets, for this special night, glow sticks were being sold and they proved to be extremely popular with all the children. There were small pockets of children whose faces were illuminated by its flashing lights and the joy that they felt! Something that definitely got all the children excited was that for one night only, part of Seven Kings High Road was cordoned off for the Fayre and the street became a chalkboard for anyone who wanted to leave a few memorable words.

Despite the chilly temperatures on the night, the event still brought everyone together. Whether it was through a love of food, music or just the company, there seemed to be a real boost in community spirit, which is especially important at Christmas time.

As the sun began to set, it was almost time for the lighting of the Christmas tree, the real highlight of the event. With the music on full blast and people of all ages milling around the different stalls, it was clear that the Winter Fayre succeeded in getting everyone in the mood for Christmas!

Post Author: Raeesa Mukhtar 


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London Youth Games Cross Country Championships

On Saturday 15 November 2014 Team Redbridge’s cross country runners took part in the first day of competition for the 2015 London Youth Games season. A total of 43 runners represented Redbridge at Parliament Hill, Hampstead Heath. The team was selected from the Redbridge Schools Cross Country Championships earlier this year.

LYG Cross Country

Ahmed Adbulle pictured above won a gold medal in the male Under 17s race on Saturday, where there were nearly 1,200 young London runners, representing 33 London Boroughs. Medals were presented to winning individuals by London 2012 Olympic Marathon Scott Overall. In the girls U15s race Isabella Hoy took 7th place.

Overall Team Results:

  • Boys Under 13s –15th
  • Girls Under 13s –21st
  • Boys Under 15s – 24th
  • Girls Under 15s – 10th
  • Boys Under 17s – 11th
  • Girls Under 17s – 24th
  • Overall Boys Team -14th
  • Overall Girls Team– 21st

The London Youth Games is Europe’s largest annual youth sport event which is free and open to young people aged between 7 and 18 years old. There are over 30 sports to take part in, from athletics to weightlifting there is something for everyone. For more information on the London Youth Games visit our website.

To register your interest in taking part for Team Redbridge at the 2015 London Youth Games contact Elysia Barrick:

Post Author: Natalie Pope