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As well as guest artist, Mac, from the sub-continent, the main stage included performers from all sections of local communities. As usual, there was a dedicated youth stage for the young and ambitious to show-off their talents and skills. It was not all about entertain- ment, but education as well. “Through this Mela we are always engaged in promoting public issues such as vari- ous safety initiatives, mental health education, social responsibilities and so on,” said the spokesperson of the Mela committee, Sadia Jafreen.


Started in 1992, The Mela is the first of its kind to be held in London. It involves many local organisations, community groups, schools and colleges, as well as institutions such as the British Museum and the British Library.


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