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Saragarhi Day in Southall


Date
15/09/2018
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    From London District British Army Facebook page SARAGARHI DAY IN SOUTHALL THRILLS AND INSPIRES WITH DANCE, DRAMA AND REAL LIFE SUCCESS STORIES The Public thronged to witness colourful displays and moving dramas at a spectacular interactive event at Southall Army Reserve Centre held to commemorate one of the proudest days in Sikh history, the Battle […]

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    New Saragarhi school resource to ensure children taught about Sikh contribution to Britain


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    03/09/2018
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    As the school year begins, a new education resource for teachers based around an epic British Indian frontier battle is being published in the UK, to ensure the historic contribution made by Sikhs fighting for Britain is taught in classrooms. “Saragarhi: Sikhs and their contribution to Britain” has been developed with school teachers and educators […]

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    Saragarhi Education Resource – Sign Up!


    Date
    30/08/2018
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    We believe it’s very important to teach children about the historic contribution Sikhs made fighting for Britain, and we know you feel the same. You often tell us there’s a lack of school resources and that is why teachers are not able to do so. Not any more! As we prepare to mark Saragarhi Day […]

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    Legacy of Valour launch


    Date
    29/07/2018
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    British Armed Forces Sikhs have attended the launch of the Legacy of Valour exhibition at Khalsa Primary School Slough. Here they are alongside local MP Tan Dhesi.  

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    Punjab Restaurant signs Armed Forces Covenant


    Date
    13/06/2018
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    Congratulations to Punjab Restaurant Covent Garden for signing the Armed Forces Covenant alongside MOD representative Commodore Duncan Lamb. They’ve supported us at our events and commemorations including Saragarhi and WW1 Sikh Memorial with catering. Thanks for all you do!  

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    Guardsman Lall Troops the Colour in Turban


    Date
    11/06/2018
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    Guardsman Charanpreet Singh Lall became the first soldier to wear a turban during the Trooping of the Colour – read more about it here.  

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    CWGC Blog: Renewing Our Shared Chronicles


    Date
    29/05/2018
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    For J. Singh-Sohal a letter penned by an Indian servicemen during the First World War was the motivation for him to record the sentiments of the Sikh community who served and discover more about the work of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Read more in our latest blog here: http://ow.ly/Bckn30k2TRW 

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    Saragarhi nominated for awards in Nice


    Date
    08/05/2018
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    The groundbreaking Saragarhi: The True Story is up for 4 awards at the Nice International Film Festival for: Best Director, Best Short Documentary, Best Story, Best Editing

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    Sikh Book Club review of Saragarhi: The True Story


    Date
    30/04/2018
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    Sikhi Book Club have reviewed Saragarhi: The True Story on their blog, which you can read here.

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    Prime Minister presented special WW1 Sikh Memorial Bust


    Date
    11/04/2018
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    Today to mark Vaisakhi, the Prime Minister Rt Hon Theresa May MP visited Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Walsall in a trip co-organised by our Chairman Capt. J. Singh-Sohal. During the visit, the Prime Minister paid her respects in the Darbar and was presented a special WW1 Sikh Memorial bust (a miniature of the memorial at the National […]

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