Today, every Gurdwara or Sikh temple will be packed with hundreds if not thousands of people for the celebration of the birth of the founder of the Sikh religion, Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
To mark the occasion Midland Langar Seva Society, a Sikh ethos hunger relief charity, will be unveiling their refurbished Langar bus which has been saved from the scrapheap after life as a mobile library.
The bus is to be used to help cook and provide meals across the UK, as well as a place for shelter and aid for homeless.
The charity currently serve over 12,000 meals a week in 17 locations on the streets of the UK and run children's breakfast clubs.
The work of Midland Langar Seva Society is based on the Sikh concept of langar (meaning communal kitchen), which sees free vegetarian meals served in all Gurdwaras (Sikh temples) across the world all day, every day.
Founder of the charity Randhir Singh said: