Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Annual Gurmat Camp for 9 - 15 yr olds

The Sikh Missionary Society (UK) in Southall are holding their 29th annual Gurmat camp for Sikh students aged 9 to 15 years old. The Gurmat Camp will be taking place from Sunday 30th July to Sunday 6th August 2006 at Gurdwara Guru Tegh Bahadar, 106 East Park Road, Leicester. In the camp children will taught and inspired about Gurmat in detail alongside sports and games.

The objective of the camp is to introduce the Sikh way of life to the campers, bringing awareness about Sikh religion, culture and history, and to inspire them to be proud of their identity. The camp programme will include religion sessions, reading and exploring Gurbani, Nitnem, Kirtan, talks and fun and mind-stimulating workshops. Also there is a one day trip to a theme park as a treat to the children.

The camp is admission fee is £50, and for families sending more than one child the fee is £45 per person. The Sikh Missionary Society provides financial support for any families which cannot afford the camp, promoting the value of children being inspired and learning about Gurmat regardless of financial status. There are approximately 100 places, and applications will be taken up to 20th July 2006. Application forms beyond this date will not be accepted.



For further details or to obtain an application form please contact the Sikh Missionary Society (UK):
Write to:
8-10 Featherstone Road,
Southall,
Middlesex, UB2 5AA

Or

Telephone:
07949 762761

4 comments:

SikhSpeak said...

Dear Khalsa Ji,

I humbly request people to go to this camp / send their loved ones to it! I attended this camp for over 10 years (as a student and sewadar) IT IS A VERY WORTHWHILE CAMP - with everyone having fun and experiencing love for Sikhi! It surely paved the way for the other camps in the UK today!

jatlee said...

manvir paaji man you already must be getting busy with camps and stuff! hope all is well! Vaheguru ji ka khalsa vaheguru ji ki fateh!

Manvir Singh Khalsa said...

Jatinder Singh Bhaji - Hanjee busy is the word. Its all good - Guru Sahib gives me a nice packed summer.

Anonymous said...

big up Lesta!!!!!!!!!