Annual Sikh Remembrance Gathering

Shot at Dawn

Visitors are advised that the Shot at Dawn Memorial will close to the public on Monday 6 May. The memorial will undergo restoration and will be closed for approximately six weeks whilst these works take place. Free Shot at Dawn Talks will continue to take place daily at 12.30pm and 1.30pm in the Millennium Chapel, please ask at the Welcome Desk for more information. Visit our Shot at Dawn Restoration Appeal to find out more and donate.

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This annual gathering, which takes place on the first Sunday in November, remembers the contribution of the 124,245 Sikh soldiers in the British Indian Army during the First World War.

 

The WWI Sikh Memorial Fund are encouraging all to attend, remember and lay a wreath.

WWI Sikh Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum