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Gloucester set for first-ever Filipino Heritage Day

The first-ever Filipino Heritage Day is taking place in Gloucester city centre later this month.

Experience the Philippines through food, music, and culture at King's Square, Gloucester, on Sunday, July 24, from 11am to 5pm.

A spokeswoman said: "We are looking forward to a brilliant first-ever and fun-filled Filipino Heritage Day at the newly refurbished and water fountain-equipped King's Square in the heart of the city centre. See you there!"

The Filipino Association of Gloucestershire or Gloucestershire Pinoys, has been in existence for well over 30 years, seeking to generate and foster a real sense of community spirit among Filipinos and with the greater British community.

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