True colours a success

COLLEGE students organised A Night of Colours as part of multicultural week. The event, at the Hitchin Student Union building, included an Indian and Punjabi fashion show, with 12 catwalk models wearing traditional and modern outfits, poi spinning, dhol

COLLEGE students organised A Night of Colours as part of multicultural week.

The event, at the Hitchin Student Union building, included an Indian and Punjabi fashion show, with 12 catwalk models wearing traditional and modern outfits, poi spinning, dhol players, henna tattoos and music.

Jyoti Kandola, of Wensum Road, Stevenage, was central to organising the event which aimed to highlight Asian fashion .

The 18-year-old, in her second year of a National Certificate in Business, said: "The show went effectively. People really enjoyed it and asked for it next year."

Petra Khan, learner voice administrator at the student union, said: "Everyone was really happy even though the workers were nervous to start. We had lots of kids sitting on the floor and clapping and there was no alcohol at the bar, which was good as it was a family orientated night.

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