Kennington Fete: Diamond Way Buddhism raises money for local charities

Volunteers from Diamond Way Buddhism again manned a cake stall at the Kennington fete this year. They rolled up their sleeves, got their oven gloves out of the cupboard, and baked their socks off. Kennington Fete is one of the brightest spots in the Kennington community calendar, and for good reason.
For one lovely sunny afternoon on Sunday 7th July, dozens of Kennington businesses and organisations came together for an afternoon of fun and fundraising. There were attractions too numerous to mention, including Punch & Judy, a human fruit machine, plenty of food and drink stalls and a pop-up bar from the local Black Prince pub.
All proceeds from the event went to Kennington community “Dragon’s Den” and local charities.
At the London Diamond Way Buddhist centre we are spoiled with excellent cooks, and the fruits of their labour were very well received by the cake-loving public. We also enjoyed taking part and visiting the other attractions, and look forward to the next Kennington Fete.

Setting up the Diamond Way cake stall at the Kennington FeteKennington Fayre cake stand from the Diamond Way London Buddhist centreKids enjoying our cake at the Kennington Fete


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