Thousands expected at Hatfield Polish Day
TOMORROW (Saturday) sees the first ever Polish Day take place in Hatfield town centre. Between 1,500 and 2,000 people are expected to attend the event, which will feature traditional Polish food, live music and theatre performances. The day has been org
TOMORROW (Saturday) sees the first ever Polish Day take place in Hatfield town centre.
Between 1,500 and 2,000 people are expected to attend the event, which will feature traditional Polish food, live music and theatre performances.
The day has been organised by the popular Welwyn Hatfield Polish Forum, which encourages Polish migrants to integrate into the community they live in.
Michal Siewniak, who founded the Forum and organised the Polish Day, said: "The idea is to extend the link between the Polish community living in Welwyn Hatfield and the wider community."
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The day is being supported by Welwyn Hatfield Council, the Hertfordshire Community Foundation, the de Havilland Housing Partnership and Hatfield Town Council.
Hatfield Polish Day will take place in White Lion Square, from noon to 4.30pm.
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