On Saturday 6th February, a one-day Sikhi camp was held at Ramgarhia Gurdwara in Woolwich. The camp was organised by local Gursikhs, Bhaji Gurpreet Singh and Bhenji Navrup kaur, along with the local Saadh Sangat and Gurdwara Sahib. The one-day camp included talks, Q&A, arts and crafts, dastaar tying, gatka, and learning keertan. The local Sevadaars and Sangat did a great job and with Waheguru's kirpaa may the Gurmat parchaar flourish.
Some photos (taken by Bhenji Parkash Kaur):
Story-telling in children's class.
Children drawing pictures.
Children doing arts and crafts.
Waheguru. Two young Khalsas posing :)
Bhenji from Luton wearing a Dastaar for the first time. Waheguru.
Dastaar tying workshop.
Campers were eager to have Dastaar tied on them.
Local Gursikhs sharing their personal experiences with campers.
Sevaa in the kitchen.
A young camper's birthday was celebrated at the camp.
Special cakes made by Bhenji. Waheguru.
Bhai Satnam Singh jee (Hayes) doing a talk on the Panthik Eikta and the Panj Chor.
Children learning Gatka.
Tablaa learning workshop.
Bhai Preetam Singh jee.
Bhai Vijay Singh jee doing keertan. In the afternoon the Sangat did Keertan.
Dhan Hai Guru, Dhan Hai Teree Sikhee