Sneh Sangam Day Centre 50 Plus



The Gujarati Hindu community is very close knit and is based on very traditional family values, the ability to communicate in the Gujarati language is important to be able to integrate into the British society. As many parents live apart from their British born children it becomes more difficult for them to communicate and create a full and integrated life for themselves. As such, much of the older community remain in close proximity to each other to ensure all members have the companionship and support they need.

Our Activities

  • We run 22 day centres per year with average attendance between 80 and 100 per day centre.
  • We host five annual social evenings, usually dinner/dance functions which attract an average of 275 to 350 members per event.
  • Day trips to various religious places of worship are organise to assist in understanding of different religions
  • International trips and holidays are organised to various places of interest and different countries which are financed by individual members, trips include Tunisia. Spain, Turkey Morocco, Tenerife, Cyprus, Carrabin Cruse and South Africa, This January members visited to Sri Lanka and Kerala.
  • We fundraise for International Disasters and also for other Charities.
  • As this charity is based on Membership, nominal charges apply for the local events but we hope to increase donations from our members and friends to improve activities.

Our History

SSDC50 PLUS was established in October 2003 by the first generation immigrant Gujarati Hindu Community in October 2003. An organisation committee to run the charity was elected in December 2003 by the initial 70 members and an official constitution was formulated and adopted by existing members by February 2004

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Next evening function/AGM to be held on 28th March 2020 is cancelled until further notice.

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All day centre session are cancelled until further notice.

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