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Monday 24th June 2021

Sikh Sanjog meet The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge at Holyrood Palace

What an honour and certainly a remembered event to join our history books! We all couldn’t believe the news given by our Director Trishna at the staff meeting. The Royals wanted to meet us and hear all about our work, support and response to the pandemic in the last 18 months.

The Duke and Duchess rolled out chapattis with our social enterprise Punjabi junction team and heard all about the hot food provence, spoke with service users of the intimate support they have received, got artsy with members from our Youth Group and enjoyed traditional folks music from our Health and Wellbeing Group.

Watch a snippet of the visit here –

Worldwide Highlights on our Royal Visit

Watch the Unite Sikhs TikTok video…


#sikh #waheguru #sikhism #khalsa #punjab #punjabi #gurugranthsahibji #goldentemple #india#khalsapanth #darbarsahib #sikhs #lovelife#🙏🙏🙏

♬ Waheguru Waheguru – Bhai Joginder Singh Ji Riar




Davinder Singh, Advocate
LLM. King’s College London

Read Davinder’s blogs HERE


Interfaith Insights show featuring Trishna Singh OBE

Interfaith Insights is a weekly programme brought to you by the Edinburgh Interfaith Association. In each programme our hosts, Iain Stewart, Joe Goldblatt and Nasim Azad, will dive into positive news stories from faith communities in response to COVID-19. Each week we will be joined by eminent guests: celebrities, representatives of NGOs and hope-filled projects, artists, musicians, and faith community leaders. Catch up on our previous shows, for more #interfaith inspiration

Sophia Duleep Singh (Princess Sophia)

Now in the running for the UK’s ‘Hidden Heroes’ statue campaign.

A wonderful role model for all Sikh women! – we acknowledged Sophia’s importance in the movement to secure the vote for women in Great Britain. See the excerpt from our 30th anniversary booklet (here)

Also, read the full Tribune India article here  



Trishna Singh OBE

Featured in Creative Lives 30 for 30 publication

Creative Lives (formerly Voluntary Arts) celebrates its 30th birthday speaking to 30 people living across the UK and Ireland to find out what they love about being creative…

Read  ’30 for 30′  – Stories of creative lives