Prayer-room party

14th May 2010 at 01:00

West Nottinghamshire College opened a multi-faith prayer room this week, celebrating the event with an eclectic mix of cultural events and culinary specialities. The opening, marked by Hindu dancing, Sikh drumming, a steel band and accompanied by Polish, Caribbean, Thai and Indian food, follows the appointment earlier this year of the college's first chaplain, Rob Hurd.

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