Fashion solidarity

By Ian Dipple Friday 10 January 2014 Updated: 10/01 10:05

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A FASHION show of a different kind was used to send a message of unity from children from a Redditch cultural club.

Members of The Saturday Club, based at the Sandycroft Centre in West Avenue, performed the show featuring different clothing from across the globe as part of their annual presentation day.

Deputy Mayor Pat Witherspoon also attended to hear presentations from the children.

Tanweer Dean, who founded the club three years ago, said: “The aim was to show that even though we have different cultures and clothing, all around the world children are the same.”

The club meets every Saturday between 11am and 12noon. It teaches children from the Asian community Urdu, how to mix with British culture and helps break down the barriers between generations.

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