As you may know from previous posts the UK Punjab Heritage Association (UKPHA) is launching a major project to commemorate the untold story of Sikhs and World War One. Last year we asked you to fill out a survey for your views, and hundreds of you did. Now UKPHA are looking to capture the views of children and young people.
A survey has been launched to find out what children and young people aged 5 – 25 years know and want to learn about the Sikh contribution in World War One. The valuable results will provide feedback to guide the ‘Empire, Faith & War: The Sikhs and World War One’ project, which will commence in 2014 as part of the wider commemorations taking place for the 100 year anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Please take a few moments to complete the survey (link below) and submit by 15 April 2013. If you have a child or young relative please encourage and support them to fill out the survey. Please also encourage freinds and family to do the same.
All information provided in the survey will be treated as confidential and be used strictly for the Empire, Faith & War project.
With your support We Will Remember Them!
For the link to the survey:
Visit the UKPHA site to learn more about this exciting project:
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