Tasty treats and family fun at multicultural day
Children enjoyed a range of outdoor and indoor sports and music as part of a family fun day to celebrate different ethnic groups in Ashford.
The event at Pitchside in Stanhope was organised by Maria Olukoya and the Ashford BME (Black Minority Ethnic) Association.
While the weather turned out to be rainy, visitors enjoyed music from Himali Blues and sports were provided indoors instead.
There was also some African-style cooking on the barbecue, while Ashford Leisure Trust manager Peter Le Rossignol put the youngsters through their paces with fitness drills.
The association is working to contact different ethnic minority groups within Ashford, such as Syrian refugees and the Nepalese.
There will be two events in October to coincide with Black History Month, with multicultural days and a young black achievers awards set to be organised.
For more information about events check out the Ashford BME Association page on Facebook.
Ribs cooked up on the barbecue at the Pitchside sports facility in Stanhope
Organisers with Himali Blues