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Mental health & wellbeing awareness 24th to 26th March

Mental health requires no introduction, yet it remains an ‘open secret’ and taboo amongst our community, so much so that it prevents people from seeking the much-needed help, support and care they so desperately need.

The Gurdwara Sahib Leamington & Warwick are holding a three day Mental Health & Wellbeing Akhand Paat and Programme to address and tackle the stigma that surrounds mental health head on. This is centred around the five steps to wellbeing (connecting, physical activity, learning, giving and mindfulness) and the three pillars of Sikhism (honest living, sharing and meditation).

We are honoured to be supported by inspirational and leading Sikh sports and media personalities and national organisations and charities. Join us on 24 to 26 March to help spread compassion, kindness and hope within our community. Let’s stand up for mental health together.


For further programme and stall information please contact:

Amos: 07875 464138 Gurj: 07989 430644 Raj: 07435 008785


Inspirational Sikhs
25TH mARCH @ 15.30 

If it is your first time visiting the Gurdwara please observe the following:

1. Please dress conservatively.

2. Please cover your head whilst in the Gurdwara (non-turban wearing males usually cover their head with a handkerchief and non-turban wearing females usually cover their head with a scarf/shawl).

3. Under no circumstances is alcohol, tobacco and narcotics permitted on Gurdwara premises.

4. Under no circumstances must you enter the Gurdwara under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

5. If you would like to listen to the scriptures recited from the Guru Granth Sahib in the Darbar Sahib (located on the first floor), please remove your shoes and wash your hands (there are designated places where you can place your shoes) before entering the Darbar Sahib.

6. In the Darbar Sahib, females normally sit to the left-hand side of the Darbar Sahib and the males to the right hand side. The congregation normally sit with their legs crossed facing the Guru Granth Sahib. For those with a genuine impediment

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