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Click here to book in your calendar, view more details or watch LIVE: Diwali Facebook LIVE Concert We understand how important it is for everyone to meet socially for their health and well being at this special cultural and festive time of the Indian calendar. Hence,...
The free NHS COVID-19 app is a vital part of the NHS Test and Trace service in England, and the NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service and can be downloaded here: https://covid19.nhs.uk/ You can find out more about what the app does...
Ingredients for Indian Cookery Class Book your ticket for Cookery Class: Click Here Objective: Connect our communities, lift spirits and improve social well-being Date: Saturday 27th February, 17:00pm - 18:30pm Organiser: Sussex Indian Punjabi Society Supported by:...
Find out more about recruitment of ‘Magistrates’ from BAME ‘Black and Minority Ethnic’ communities via Zoom on Thursday 5th November – 10:30-11:30am
Anyone aged between 18 and 65 can apply to be a Magistrate, regardless of their education, qualifications and social background. Hangleton and Knoll Project are hosting in partnership with Brighton and Hove Magistrates, an online event to find out more about the role...
Talking about Guru Nanak's life, philosophy and legacy through gurdwaras in Pakistan. Khalid describes his travels across the length and breadth of Pakistan as he visits the many gurdwaras and other locales associated with the saint, delving into their history and...
SIPS Beach Clean – Saturday 24th October 10am-1pm – Peace Statue, Hove Lawns
The Sussex Indian Punjabi Society, Gujarati Cultural Society, Indian Colours, Brighton & Hindu Community and Brighton Malayalee Association got together as a community with local charity Food Matters to make donations of money and...
Praise for our Chairman, founder of Sussex Indian Punjabi Society; Baldev Soni (See Wednesday 19th August Evening Argus)
To help much needed refurbishments to squash courts at Hove Fitness & Squash Club, so it can continue nurturing fantastic talents across many different age groups.
THE ROYAL PAVILION AS A WW1 INDIAN MILITARY HOSPITAL If anyone free and interested there will be a talk later today at 5pm on Zoom about role played by Brighton Royal Pavilion when it was converted as a hospital for Indian soldiers in WW1. Please share with anyone who...
SIPS Beach Clean – Sunday 20th September 2020 & Saturday, 24th October 2020
The Chattri Service to commemorate the contribution of Indian soldiers during WW1 is taking place on Sunday 9th June 2019 at 2.00 pm. The address is Standen Lane, Brighton BN1 8ZB. Everyone is welcome.
As part of the Centenary commemorations, there is a show on 17th October at the Dome which explores the contribution of Ethnic Minority soldiers of the First World War through Dance, Music and Puppetry.
This commemoration is to honour and remember the 1.5 million Indian combatants and non-combatants who contributed to the First World War and to acknowledge their legacy and historical value to the City of Brighton and Hove
Chattri Memorial Service, Standean Lane, Brighton , BN1 8ZB; Sunday 10th June 2018 at 2.30 pm.
Your support will be very much appreciated if you can help in the following ways:
Are you an Artist? Do you paint, draw, sculpt, illustrate, make jewellery, work in clay or textiles? Then why not exhibit, show off your talent (why not?)
Please join us to remember the courage and sacrifice made by the Indian soldiers who gallantly fought in the Great War
The Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove is bringing to life the diverse voices and experiences of individuals from India.
On behalf of the Chattri Memorial Group, I should like to invite you to a Memorial Service, in remembrance of the Indian Soldiers who were cremated in Brighton during the First World War.
Gujarati Cultural Society Proudly Presents Bangalore Dreams @ Sallis Benney Theatre
58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 0JY
His Royal Highness, the Duke of Gloucester, visited Brighton yesterday (19th November) to meet members of the Chattri Memorial Committee
SIPS Member Shilpi Chandra with her kids Pearl and Trisha were on BBC breakfast show with Emily Jeffery on 19th October 2014