Exhibition: Extraordinary faiths and traditions practised across Britain

From pagan horn dancers in Staffordshire to Dzogchen monks in Lincolnshire and
Zoroastrianism in London, the photographs capture an eclectic array of
colourful traditions from around the UK and the rest of the world.

The exhibition forms part of the government?s inter-faith week, endorsed by
Mayor of London Boris Johnson, which aims to promote good relations between
religions and provide increasing understanding between faiths and wider
society.

?The exhibition provides visitors with the opportunity to journey, explore,
learn and ? most importantly ? better understand our world and its people,?
says Hunter.

The exhibit, Let?s Celebrate 365, opens at London?s City Hall from today and
will run until the 30th November. Entry is free.

Click
here or on the image on the right to see a selection of images from the
exhibition

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