The Indian themed CETC Garden Party at Anstey Hall was a varied, entertaining evening with great food company and Indian dancers!
Guest arrived on a balmy August evening at Anstey Hall in Trumpington to a glass of wine and an enjoyable evening of light conversation with old friends and new. There was an intermezzo in the form of a great performance by dancers from the Sanskruti School of Dance, led by Krishna Zivraj-Nair (http://www.sanskruti.org.uk/).
There was only one speech by Chair Dr Andrea Lorenz, promising exciting new changes for the CETC in the coming year, with the program of events spreading into new location.
After a final Bollywood performance by the Sanskruti dancers and an inspired performance by members of CETC, there was a rush to the buffet provided by Pickwicks of Cambridge (http://www.pickwicksofcambridge.co.uk/index.html). No worries, there was more than ample delicious Indian food for all tastes.
Many decamped to enjoy the comfortable evening on the Anstey Hall patio, with its view to the garden.
Darkness descended and finally replete, guests reluctantly took their leave and departed after a memorable evening.
A special thank you to Thak Patel for providing us with a varied, entertaining evening with great food and company!
Full Photoalbum available here: https://goo.gl/photos/wkaCreYKnH4FNMoa6
Video of the dances: https://youtu.be/JmhEFbIUnNs
Photos, video and text by Chris Thomas