Buddhists preparing for annual summer fair in Cradley Heath

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THE Jangchub Ling Buddhist Centre in Cradley Heath is holding its annual summer fair this weekend.

The summer fair will be held Mary Macarthur Gardens between 11am and 5pm on Saturday.

There will be a bouncy castle, face painting, bar-b-que, Indian food, a tombola and a children's playground.

Theeko the Clown will also be attending and members of the centre will be holding meditation sessions throughout the day. There will also be various stalls selling arts and crafts, plants, cakes and bric-a-brac.

A spokesman for JLC said: "Come and enjoy our annual summer fair with entertainment for all the family."

Entrance is free to the summer fair and there is also free parking.

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