Tamil businesses showcased their products and services at the 5th London Tamil Market this weekend, attended by thousands of British Tamils.
The event, organised by the British Tamil Chamber of Commerce saw rows of stalls exhibiting a wide range of British Tamil businesses, including jewellery shops, catering services and solicitor firms as well as diaspora charities, raising funds to invest in the North-East.
The exhibition was combined with a variety of entertainment, from dance perfromances to comedy sketches.
The Queen also expressed her support by sending warm wishes for a successful event.
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