JSK, Apple Tree Centre’s another landmark for our Sanatan Mandir.
We are pleased to inform you that the General Register Office has now approved our application to Certify the Sanatan Mandir Temple, Crawley as a place of worship and for Solemnisation of Marriages.
Sanatan Mandir at Apple Tree Centre being a Building certified according to law as a place of meeting for Religious Worship, was on 10th October 2012 duly registered for the solemnising Marriages therein, pursuant to section 41 of the marriage act, 1949, as amended by section 1 of the marriage Acts Amendments Act 1958.
Now you can register your marriage at Temple and also hire the place for weddings.
For Celebration hire and more information about registry please contact: Bharat Lukka: 07967 339790
JSK/ Jai Ambe
May I humbly request your opinion about the Navratri. If you do not wish to participate in this or in any future surveys that we do, then do please let me know.
Navratri is our major and most important event of the year. We listen to your feedback and make improvements in the Navratri organisation according to your wishes. We would again welcome your open and honest feedback this year.
This year we are holding Navratri with these key arrangements:-
• Organised all eight/nine nights at our own Apple Tree Centre
• We charged £2 for adults and £1 for children and OAP (This has not changed for a long time).
• We have engaged Chandubhai’s Little Starts Group from Southall at a very reasonable cost
Please give your open and honest opinion on this year’s Navratri so we may take your views into account for next year. In giving your response please bear in mind that to organise Navratri it cost around £7,000 (Hall hire £2000, Band £3,000,Decorations £1000 and others £1,000) to all of us.
To provide your feed back – go to the following link and complete the survey. Kindly circulate the survey to to others on your mailing list.
Apple Tree Centre, Ifield Avenue, Crawley RH11 0AF
We have received some expressions of concern from people in the community that we are not doing enough to keep people informed about our response to the recent series of burglaries involving Asian households. This is disappointing as we have endeavoured to keep engaged and have also utilised the local media to the best of our ability. Nonetheless, there is always more to be done and, with this in mind, I thought it might be helpful to produce a written bulletin from the Chief Inspector in some frequently spoken languages so that those with less confident English can have direct access to our advice.
The attached are translations in Gujarati and Punjabi provided by Language Line which we have always found to be very good and I hope that it is useful and accurate. Please feel free to distribute these electronically as you see fit. I will arrange for paper copies to be delivered very soon.
Neighbourhood Policing Team, Crawley Police Station
Tel: 0845 60 70 999 Ext. 31279
Mobile: 07747 456485