Ghana Party In The Park London

By West Africa Cooks, 15 July, 2014

(A Family Fun Day) is an annual event for the Ghanaian Community in the UK, started since 2005 attracting visitors from around UK, Ghana, Holland, Germany, France, Canada and US.

Ghanaian and African music, spectacular costumes, Durbar of Chiefs, Cultural Dancers, Fashion Show, Football, Kids actives, and of course the traditional freshly cooked African food, Arts and Crafts stalls lining the park this is probably Ghanaian’s most exciting annual event out side of Ghana.

Ghana Party In The Park 2014

Saturday 2nd August 2014 from 12noon – 8pm
A Family Fun Day
Trent Park, Cockfosters Road,
Cockfoster EN4 0PS

Tickets from £10 :

A family fun day with attractions from:

Music | Food | Durbar of Chiefs | Cultural dancers | Live Performance | Comedy | Bouncy castle | Face painting | Fashion Show | Picnic | Art & Craft | Ludo |Football | Spar | Oware | Acrobatics | Networking | Dance Competition | Kids Rides Games centre | Dj’s & Mc’s

The Food Court

There’s nothing quite like the smell of chi – chin ga. Okay kebabs. For a day you can almost forget you are in London, for you will not spot fish and chips anywhere. Kenkey and fish. Waakye, Jollof, tilapia, banku and okro, gari foto, kelewele, bow float, kattie cake, condensed milk toffee and all the things the streets of Ghana takes for granted. Pounded fufu with a choice of amponchi kraka, abenqui. Traditional ampesi flavoured with kobi, and for those of you that remember the traditional Circle yam and choofi from a night out and have now substituted it for donor kebab.

How To Get There

A Note On Food

Watchi (Ghanaian Black-Eyed Peas and Rice) Maybe also spelling wakye or Waakye - rice and beans
Awiesu which is coconut powder, rice powder, sugar, salt deep fried
Apraprasa, which is corn soup, pepper, palm nut nuts
Kenkey fermented corn and cassava dough, wrapped in corn or banana leaves and cooked into a consistent solid paste


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