04:25AM, Monday 14 July 2014
A multi-faith organisation held their ninth annual sports day in an effort to develop relationships between people in the community.
This is the second year they have had mixed teams with people of different ethnicities.
Some of the children came wearing their favourite World Cup football shirts and many showed off their budding talent on the pitch.
The vicar of All Saints Church in Boyn Hill, Jeremy Harris, and police officer Adrian Blake both presented the teams with their trophies.
Chairman of WAMCF Karnail Pannu said: “This is all about breaking the barriers between different cultures and faiths to show people that this is one world.”
About 200 people came along to the event held at Altwood School in Altwood Road and 76-year-old Karnail believes the annual sports day will carry on for years to come.
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