Pioneering immigrants:70 Years of Panjabis in Southall
A project to record the experiences, struggles & ground breaking contributions of the early Panjabis who inspired generations of immigrant communities & established Southall as an iconic community nationally.
OPEN EVENT for anyone interested in Volunteering
GET INVOLVED in making a documentary film, interviewing people, recording story of Sri Guru Singh Sabha, developing exhibitions, booklets & more ..
Saturday 12th May 2018: 2:00pm to 3:00pm
@ Norwood Road, Southall. Middx
Book your place or let us know if you are coming ASAP
Do you know anyone who settled in Southall in the 1950s & early 1960s?
Do you have any stories, old photographs, newspaper articles or other materials on Southall in the 1950s, 60s and 70s to share with others?
Are you interested in a project to record the history struggles & achievements of Panjabi immigrants who settled in Southall in the 1950s and 1960s?
FREE training: First 2 days of training are on 23 June and 24 June 2018 (Saturday & Sunday)
Interested in getting involved in making a film, exhibition, website or booklets?
Learn & gain practical skills & experience on:
*documentary film techniques *researching information
*camera skills *sound capture
*interview techniques *film production
*creating a booklet & exhibition
Interested? Want to reserve a place?
Flexible training structured to fit into your commitments.
*You will need to commit the equivalent of 3 days for our training programme .
call: 0788 2537336
Project is managed by a Partnership led by TAHA and including Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha (Southall) Trustees, UK Panjab Heritage Association, The Asian Women’s Network, Southall Day Centre Limited & Digital:works
Volunteering Opportunities include: making a documentary film: developing exhibition on heritage of Panjabis from 1950s to 2019; developing an exhibition on Sri Guru Singh Sabha (Southall) : hosting PanjabHeritage Week; audio and video interviewing on Personal Stories & Memories’: developing Panjab heritageRoadshows: research activity: translation & transcribing: maintaining website & blog development: fundraising: organising workshops, finding people who settled in Southall in the early 1950s & 60s …………. & lots more
We need your help.
Did you or your parents live in Southall in the 1950s or 60s?
Do you have knowledge of key events in the history of Southall, old photographs, newspaper articles or other information?.
Were you or anyone you know involved in the story of Sri Guru Singh Sabha (Southall) & other key organisations in the 1950s, 60s or early 70s?
Volunteer: help us identify & record key people, personal stories significant events, struggles & contributions.