Thousands of Sikhs will gather on the streets of Southall tomorrow for the annual Vaisakhi celebrations.The procession will start around midday in King Street, finishing outside the Park Avenue Gurdwara in the early evening.
Last year the event was attended by 70,000 followers. The parade is known as a traditional Nagar Kirtan, a procession of hymn singing involving the whole community.
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