Sikh Museum Trip

 

A visit to the first National Sikh Museum in the UK

Courtesy of Sikh Nari Manch

On Saturday 24th May

 

A modern, packed, multi-channel museum with real artefacts that allow the visitors to appreciate the rich and complex heritage of the Sikhs in a story of courage, sacrifice and bloody genocide If you would like to enhance your knowledge of Sikhi in terms of our Sikh history, culture, traditions, religion and language, than book your place ASAP

 The visit will focus on what contributions Sikhs made as soldiers and warriors during the first and second world war, as three and half million fought for Briton with over 150,000 dying during the war.

Also we will have the opportunity to learn about the powerful Khalsa Raj.

Price per adult £12, Per Child £7.50

This includes the return couch journey to and from the museum in Derby

The coach will leave at 10.00am from Sikh Nari Manch UK, Mata Tripta House, Northside Welcome Centre, 176 Streetly Road, Erdington, Birmingham. B23 7AL.

And will arrive at the Sikh National Museum in Derby at 11.am, after visiting the museum we will spend some time at the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, which is opposite the museum, and will aim to get back to Birmingham for 4pm.

Langar and refreshments will be served at the Gurdwara.

For more information or to book contact

 Balbir Kaur Kandola 07887702220 or Satpal on 07963123751

 Booking-in-form

 

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