Dozens of people have been fed by the city’s Sikh community as they marked two years of their kind-hearted actions.Advertisement
Known as a Langar the Sikh population of Preston puts on an Asian food kitchen for the homeless.
Anyone is welcome to attend and eat at the Langar which takes place on the last Sunday of each month under the cover of the Fish Market canopy.
Mayor of Preston councillor Trevor Hart joined the Sikh kitchen crew to help dish up to all those in need of a hot meal.
Gurumukh Singh Bhaker is one of the team behind the initiative which took place on Sunday (24 February).
He told Blog Preston: “It was fantastic to have the Mayor of Preston down there to see what the volunteers do.
“We have many volunteers from the Sikh Temples and also a big thank you to David Kelly who has been there from the beginning.
“We are so humbled by the publics kind and generous donations throughout the Langar Sewa.”
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Bhaker and team also thanked Preston City Council, Nat Cooke and the Manchester Fire Brigade for donating water bottles, Lango hospital for donating warm clothing and Lynsey Battle and team for donating warm clothing thanks to a shoebox appeal by the Capitol Car Centre team.
The Sikh food kitchen continues on the last Sunday of every month.
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