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Southwark College partnered with The Friends of Kennington Park for their annual Kennington Park Festival, a family event with outdoor entertainment for the residents of Kennington and surrounding areas.

During the event, attendees had the opportunity to engage with local organisations, attend workshops and watch a traditional Punch & Judy Show and enjoyed live music, dance performances and a variety of food and drink.

The festival was an excellent opportunity for Southwark College to build on and develop new relationships with the local community, businesses and social organisations. College’s representatives were on hand on the day to provide information on a range of courses for adults who are looking to upskill in their existing jobs or retrain to get back into the workforce, as well as 16-18s who are considering their options and next steps in education.

The Friends of Kennington Park, is a charitable organisation which helps maintain Kennington Park for local visitors and bring about improvements to the park to make it the best it can be to enrich people’s lives.

If you attended the festival and would like to keep in touch with us, or if you would like to register your interest in our future events, please visit southwark.ac.uk/open-days

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