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Mar
4
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Mar 4 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Mar 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Mar
11
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Mar 11 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Mar 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Mar
18
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Mar 18 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Mar 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Mar
25
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Mar 25 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Mar 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Apr
1
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Apr 1 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Apr 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Apr
8
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Apr 8 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Apr 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Apr
15
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Apr 15 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Apr
22
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Apr 22 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Apr 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Apr
29
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Apr 29 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Apr 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

May
6
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
May 6 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
May 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

May
13
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
May 13 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
May 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

May
20
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
May 20 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
May 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

May
27
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
May 27 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
May 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jun
3
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Jun 3 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jun 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jun
10
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Jun 10 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jun 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jun
17
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Jun 17 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jun 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jun
24
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Jun 24 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jun 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jul
1
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Jul 1 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jul 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jul
8
Wed
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming
Jul 8 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Employment & Business Guidance for Migrants and Refugees @ The Welcoming

The Welcoming supports migrants and refugees to build new lives in Edinburgh. We provide a wide range of classes and activities, all available on a free of charge, drop in basis. We also create opportunities for locals and newcomers to come together, so that we can share experiences, celebrate diversity and learn together.

Around 10,000 foreign nationals come to live in Edinburgh every year. We want them all to be welcomed and provided with the support they need in order to realise their economic and social potential, and become active members of our community. Through this, Edinburgh and Scotland, can unlock the talents they bring, expand our economy, enrich our cultural capital and become a welcoming new home.

 

Employment & Business Guidance

Practical help with CVs & all types of job application forms & interviews. Advice and info on setting up your own business.

Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jul 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.