Children and their mothers worshipping at a Sikh temple in London
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Children to take control of Sikh temple once a month

A Sikh temple in London is handing control over to children for one day a month.

The idea came from parents who wanted the next generation to be more involved in their place of worship and to modernise the way the temple is run.

Based in West London, the temple is over 100 years old and is the oldest in Europe.

BBC Asian Network reporter Catrin Nye reports.

  • 06 Nov 2011
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