Residents and staff at Prince George Duke of Kent Court, in Chislehurst, have enjoyed a Bollywood Night complete with traditional Indian street food, and a dance performance from a local group of talented dance students.
Keen to learn about different cultures and celebrate the Home’s diversity, staff at the care home came up with a Bollywood themed night alongside Freemasons of the New Ripon Falls Lodge in Bromley. Member Niraj Madlani, his wife Dinta and friends supplied and cooked a variety of dishes for residents, staff and guests to enjoy, which was followed by a dance performance where everyone got involved.
RMBI Care Co. Home Prince George Duke of Kent Court Activities Coordinator Diane Connor with Niraj Madlani and his wife Dinta.
Manjit Mahil, a teacher from the local school, Farringtons brought along three of her students to dance, spend time with residents and take part in the community event.
Resident Len Willis said:
It was an exciting evening with lots of dancing and music. I also had the opportunity to try some traditional foods from India, and they were very tasty!
Resident Len Willis at RMBI Care Co. Home Prince George Duke of Kent Court, in Chislehurst, learning some dance moves from Jaya Parikh.
Activities Coordinator Diane Connor, who helped to organise the event, said:
It was a colourful evening filled with laughter and energy. Various people from our local community contributed their time to make the event a success, which made all the difference. We’re already planning our next community event.
[Summary: Residents and staff at Prince George Duke of Kent Court, in Chislehurst enjoyed a Bollywood Night complete with traditional Indian street food, and a dance performance.]