The association has developed from its humble beginnings to a society promoting Sikh awareness, assisting members socially, financially and with their careers as well as helping the wider community.
In the past we have taken initiatives to help improve the health of our community. We have carried out medical camps to include health checks and advice to promote health awareness and prevention of diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, ischaemic heart disease and women’s health issues.
It never set out to be a political organisation, dictating the pace of the Sikh movement to gain political advantage. Simply, to reflect the mood of its members and to facilitate the Sikh ethos of ‘Vand ke chhako’.