Anglo-Sikh Heritage Trail to Develop Joint Venture with 24 Hour Museum

February 11, 2005

Source: 24 Hour Museum

On February 11, 2005 24 Hour Museum reported, "The 24 Hour Museum and the Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail announced...a partnership to develop and publish 5 Sikh Heritage web trails in English with Punjabi translations. The trails, which highlight collections and locations relating to Sikh Heritage in the UK, will be published on both websites. They are closely based on the resources and expertise found on the Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail, a major web-based project that draws together all relevant UK locations, institutions and artefacts relating to Anglo-Sikh history... After English, Punjabi is the most commonly used language in Britain; it is hoped the trails will be read by Punjabi readers, not only in the UK, but also across the world."