Preston Sikh Sewa Society UK, a group of volunteers from various backgrounds, are set to restart the weekly Langar Sewa feeds each Saturday evening at 7pm at the Market Street canopy.Advertisement
The event was paused to keep volunteers safe during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The events will begin Saturday 2 October.
The free kitchen has been running since 2017 to help serve vegetarian meals to the most vulnerable. These were rules laid down by Sikhs first Guru Ji, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, in the 15th century.
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Local communities are being asked to spread the word so the group can help the most vulnerable. They will also be distributing warm clothing during the autumn and winter months.
A volunteer said: “We want to thank Preston City Council and The Foxton Centre members for their support during these difficult times giving us the measures to restart.”
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