Drama, dance and singing will entertain shoppers in Bolton town centre this Saturday.
A multicultural event celebrating the ‘Spirit of Bolton’ will be held in Victoria Square, on Saturday, September 10 from 10.30am to 3.30pm.
A programme of activities and entertainment for the whole family has been organised to celebrate Bolton’s diverse and unique communities.
Schools, voluntary, community and faith groups will showcase some of their work through drama performances, singing and Bollywood dancing.
Other activities on offer include free face painting, henna painting and health checks by trained health trainers.
The Swaminarayan Gadi Pipe Band will play Scottish and Indian tunes in and around the town centre.
The One Bolton day has been organised by the Bolton Interfaith Council, Bolton Christian Community Cohesion, Bolton Council of Mosques, Bolton Hindu Forum, Town Centre Chaplaincy, with the support of Bolton Council and Bolton at Home.
The event will be officially opened at 10.45am by the Mayor of Bolton, Councillor Noel Spencer and will also be attended by the Bishop of Bolton, The Rt. Rev. Chris Edmondson and other guests.
One Bolton celebrates all that's great about Bolton, and encourages people from all different backgrounds, beliefs and values to get together to enjoy events and cultural activities.
To find out more contact Chan Parmar at Bolton Interfaith Council.