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A celebratory weekend marking both the Dean's retirement and the Queen's 90th birthday will be held on 11 and 12 June. There will be a street party on the Saturday. Attractions will include live music, vintage fairground rides, street organ and family-friendly activities.
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Andrea Thomas was among those witnessing the arrival of the relic.
Andrea spoke to Professor Louise Wilkinson from Canterbury Christchurch University.
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Thousands of people have taken to the streets in Gravesend - to celebrate one of the largest Sikh festivals in the town. They were celebrating Vaisakhi - the holiest day in the Sikh calendar. Andy Dickenson was amongst the festivities at the parade today.
A parade has taken place through the streets of Gravesend to mark the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi. The annual event followed prayers at the Gravesend Gurdwara temple, and speeches.
All members of the local community have been invited to join the celebrations.
"On behalf of the Management Committee I would like to invite all the residents of Gravesham to come and attend the festivities which will be taking place at the Gurdwara and in the Town Centre.
"The Sikh community has a long and proud history here in Gravesham and we appreciate the support of all our partners and the local community in making Vaisakhi such a colorful spectacle."
The Sikh community in Gravesend have been arriving at the Gurdwara temple in Gravesham ahead of celebrations to mark their holy festival of Vaisakhi. Hundreds of people will parade through the streets.
Vaisakhi originates from the harvest festival in the Punjab region of India. It also marks establishment of the Sikh community - known as the Khalsa.