Commemorating 70 Years of Panjabis of Southall

The project focuses on collecting, preserving and communicating the heritage & history of the ‘first generation’ Panjabis, primarily Sikh immigrants from the Panjab (India) who settled in Southall in the 1950s, 1960s. It will catalogue, record and showcase the experiences, struggles, and ground breaking contributions and work of these early Panjabi immigrants, who inspired generation of immigrant communities across the UK including the . It will record their pioneering social, cultural, faith & political contributions which established Southall as an iconic community locally nationally and at international level.

Make Donation

We need to raise funds for making a documentary film.

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A project to record the experiences, struggles & ground breaking contributions.

Appeal for funds

You can donate us by sending a message: text PANJABI to 70660 to donate £5

Share Your Memories

Share your memories, tell us your parents’ or grandparents’ stories.

Panjabi Settlement

Help us build a map of early Panjabi settlement in Southall.

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