British police join Vaisakhi celebration at Gravesend gurdwara

Sikh British police officers, staff and cadets join Vaisakhi celebration at UK gurdwara

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Kent Police at Gravesend for Vaisakhi – Photo: Via Suki Randhawa

Sikh British police officers, staff and cadets joined the #Vaisakhi celebration in #Gravesend. They had an ‘amazing time engaging with the #Sikh and the wider community on 14 April 2019, Suki Randhawa, diversity and inclusion coordinator for Kent Police writes at his LinkedIn account.

Guru Nanak Darbar Gravesend, which was opened in November 2010, badges itself as one of the largest gurdwaras in Europe.

Its complex has three meditation halls, two Langar Halls, fully equipped lecture theatre seating 140 people, ICT suite, library and meeting room. The compex also includes sports fields and sports hall (home of Guru Nanak Football Club, kabaddi, karate, basketball, etc), Guru Nanak Day Centre for the Elderly, and Punjabi School at weekends, according to its Facebook update.

 

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