The Gurkha Connection Project (G200) exhibition had held at the West End Center Aldershot yesterday, Aldershot Military Museum. The exhibition publicly opened since 24th March and will be on till 4th June 2017. It is crafted by young people including some from the Nepali Community, Hampshire with the help of Hampshire Cultural Trust.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr Ross McGauran (Cultural Engagement Coordinator, Young People Hampshire Cultural Trust) and Charlotte Slinger(Cultural Engagement Manager (Young People)
Hampshire Cultural Trust for running this Project. We would also like to thank all the young students from our local Colleges & Schools for volunteering and participating. There were 27 students taking part and we would like to congratulate all of them for their hard work, and the Arts Award they’ve received from Trinity College London.
On behalf of GRNC, thanks to all Volunteers to give one army life lime experience to Student .Ex British Gurkha Veteran ,Capt Ret Hari Bdr Thapa , Capt Ret Bir Thapa ,Capt Ret Bishnu Shrestha ,Lt Ret Purna Gurung,WO1 Ret Pahalsing Thapa ,Rifleman Ret Bom Bdr Ale, and All the members.
Please everyone come along and check it out, you will not regret it.