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Basingstoke Hindu Society

Executive Committee
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Basingstoke Hindu Society is a registered charity (no. 1107780). With a committee of volunteers to oversee our work, we organise events and social gatherings for members of the Basingstoke Hindu community, raise money for good causes, and manage the Basingstoke Carnival Hall (on a voluntary basis) on behalf of Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council to ensure all sections of the wider Basingstoke community and a range of local groups have somewhere to call home to host their own events and celebrations. Below is a list of the 2017 – 2018 Committee Members.

2017 – 2018

Basingstoke Hindu Society Executive Committee

Members of the Basingstoke Hindu Society Executive Committee all give their time freely to help us in our work. For 2017 – 2018, the Executive Committee members are as follows:

  • Kanak Rajgor (Co-Chair Carnival Hall Operations)
  • Kishor Patel (Co-Chair BHS Operations)
  • Mano Singh (Secretary)
  • Deepak Rabheru (Treasurer)
  • Henry Chumun (Assistant Treasurer)
  • Jitubhai Patel
  • Krishan Tandon
  • Madhubhai Trivedi
  • Govind Bheda
  • Sanjay Vithlani
  • Surendra Patel
  • Jignesh Mistry
  • Uday Padia

 

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Basingstoke Hindu Society

You can find us here at the Basingstoke Carnival Hall, which we manage on a voluntary basis for the wider local community.

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