was awarded to
Rajasthani Welfare Society (UK)

Tuesday 6 July 2004

Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme

The Society Regularly Stage The Dusserhra, A Pyrotechnic Event Involving The Construction And Burning Of A 20 Foot Effigy Of The God Ravan In Upton Court Park, Slough. This Year, They Will Employ A Full-Time Co-Ordinator To Assist The Management Of The Ac

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  • Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
  • Charitable Expenditure
  • 2004
  • Slough
  • Slough
  • South East
  • Slough
  • South East

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