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Guru Nanak Sat Sang Sabha Maidenhead, celebrating Guru Nanak Birth Anniversary for three days from Nov 18th to Nov 20th  with Akhand Path. There will be service from 10AM to 1 PM on Sunday 20th Nov, 2016 with Tea, refreshments, and Langar (Lunch) at 1PM.

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Walk starts from Rutland Road Sikh temple: 2.00pm (You can join us for lunch before the start).

On the way, stopping and reflecting briefly at:

  • All Saints Church
  • High Street Methodist Church
  • Friends House West Street
  • St Luke’s Church,
  • Maidenhead Mosque
  • and finally reaching ‘Grenfell Lodge’ Maidenhead Synagogue around 3.30pm.

Refreshments on arrival.

Interfaith Service will start at 4.00pm (Rabbi Jonathan Romain will take the service)

Refreshments and Networking afterwards

Lifts/Transport will be available.

You can join the walk from any point.

Readings/Hymns to be sent to: rabromain@aol.com please

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16 Anniversary of was held on Friday 21st October 2016 at House of Lords.

Community Awards are presented to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the welfare and integration of British Minority communities, in the area of, Education, Politics, Business Corporate, Business Entrepreneurial, Law & Professional, Arts & Culture, Social and Humanities.

The Awards were presented at a special dinner held at Cholmondeley Room and Terrace, House of Lords, Westminster London at 6.30pm, in the presence of about 120 guests.

Karnail attended with my his Tripat Pannu.

The Trophy was awarded in recognition of MBE awarded earlier.

British Community Honours Awards 2016

Yasmin Sheikh CBE took the attached photos. She is the BCHA Founder member.

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Karnail Pannu, chair of WAMCF and one of the five founding members, was invested by Princess Anne at a service in Windsor Castle on July 12th 2016. “It was such a wonderful day,” he told the Maidenhead Advertiser, “Princess Anne spoke to me about the forum and what it did and said it was brilliant about how it bridged the gap with the young.  “I feel very proud”.

Karnail’s wife Mohinderpal, son Gurdeep and eldest daughter Rajdeep joined him at the castle before meeting with his other two children, 10 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren for a family meal.

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