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New video out for the recent ‘Feast for Peace’ event in Preston’s Flag Market

Posted on - 7th September, 2016 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - City Centre, Events, Flag Market, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Things To Do, Videos

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Following the success of the Feast for Peace event which was held in Preston’s Flag Market during July of this year, Tom Wolfenden of Weird Wolf Media created and edited a film to bring awareness of this great event to everyone.

Read more: In pictures: Feast for Peace in Flag Market.

When we asked Tom what inspired him to make this short film he said: “I have been personally appalled and saddened by the rise in racism and hate crimes following the referendum results. So when Kay Johnson got in touch a few weeks before the event and explained what they planned to do, I was more than happy to volunteer my skills to help document such a positive response. It was really heartwarming on the day to see how successful it was and how people came out to support it; I’m thrilled by the great reaction to the film.

Tom’s film highlights can be viewed below:

Did you go to the Feast for Peace event and did you enjoy the video? Let us know in the comments below.

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