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Memorial Plaque - Sikh Contribution to World War I and World War II

Memorial Plaque - Sikh Contribution to World War I and World War II information

Visit the Memorial Plaque - Sikh Contribution to World War I and World War II - Permanent plaques

The Director of the College for Military Veterans and Emergency Services (CMVES) is promoting and recommending staff, students and the wider community to visit these permanent two plaques in recognition of the contributions of Sikh servicemen to WWI and WW II.

The two plagues provide an insight into contributions made by Commonwealth in particular the Sikh regiments link to Fulwood Barriers in Preston.

You can visit these two plaques at the entrance of Avenham Park near Winkley Square.

Location: Avenham Park Memorial Centenary Field (near Winkley Square)

Open to: Staff, Students and Community

Supported by: Dr Celia Hynes, EDI Lead of School of Community Health and Midwifery and Director of the College for Military Veterans and Emergency Services (CMVES) Gulab Singh MBE DL, UCLan’s Honorary Fellow

Drop-in – no booking required