The Crawley Interfaith Network held another in the series of popular Social Evenings on Saturday 28 March 2015 at the United Reform Church., Crawley.

The evening started with a poem recited by the youth from Crawley Ahmadiya Muslim Association, followed by Desert Island Discs of a Benedictine Monk (Fr. Paul Fleetwood/Worth Abbey). During the intermission lovely vegetarian food was served, with our thanks to Mrs. Soni for her talented efforts in preparing it. 

After dinner we enjoyed a music and song performance by Angie Paice supported by Roger Dunn on the drums. Wrapping up the night, Stephen Innes led a very enjoyable singalong.

The evening was again exceptionally well-attended with more than 70 guests and committee. The feedback on both entertainment and food was enthusiastic.

Some pictures of the event are shown below.

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Click here for a short video of Angie Pace and her audience, or for another video clip of Angie with Roger Dunn.