25 Years of Contributions into the lives of Young People in Peterborough
I am pleased to share with you that this year I completed my 26 years of continuous work with the young people of Peterborough. I truly feel immensely proud of my contributions into the lives of so many young people. Most importantly young people show a great respect me by calling me uncle T. I wrote one of my books specifically dedicated to the young people I work with!
My Published Books
1 Home from Home - My Autobiography
2 The Heritage of Peterborough British-Pakistani Community
3 Rags to Riches - (Internet download free)
4 The Heritage of Peterborough British-Pakistani
5 Lives and Quotes of World Famous People
6 The Heritage of the Peterborough British-Pakistani Community in Pictures
7 The Heritage of Peterborough British-Pakistani Community in A6 size
8 Serving Humanity - The Autobiography of Abdul Sittar Butt
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The The Heritage of Peterborough British-Pakistani Community was the first ever comprehensive heritage book on Peterborough British-Pakistani community in over 55 years, which covers extensively as why the community came to Peterborough, who was the first person, the areas of migration, early arrivals experiences, British-Pakistani community now, educational progression, community organisations, political contributions, youth provisions, positive role models, community activists, inspirational quotes and much more factual information based book and will be a resource for the future generations.Over 236 page long and reviewed by Gillian Beasley Chief Executive of Peterborough City Council. Its a book everyone must read and retain a copy for the future generations, to order a copy please visit Waterstone's bookshop and Peterborough Museum or Cobden Avenue book shop.
The book launch ceremony in now on YouTube and to access the video please visit on www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8DWq-VSNh8
60th Year of the Pakistani Arrival in Peterborough
Pakistan Community Association of Peterborough launched “60th Year of Pakistani Arrival in Peterborough" on Tuesday 15th April 2014 at Peterborough Town Hall Reception Room. The event was well attended and included Stuart Jackson MP, Gillian Beasley Chief Executive of Peterborough City Council, City Mayor and Deputy Mayor, Chief Executive of Cross Keys Homes and many other guests including Cllrs and community activists.
Exhibition at Museum and Cathedral
I organised six-week exhibition at the Peterborough Museum and held a ten day exhibition at the Peterborough Cathedral last year (2014) and I am pleased to report that both exhibitions went exceptionally well and part of the project was over 170 page A5 community heritage in photographs book, A6 booklet with summary of the community history in the city, display of a dozen individual profiles, a DVD of the Peterborough British-Pakistani community and some small Pakistan exhibits.
This was the first ever exhibition of this kind held at the Peterborough Museum and offered a unique opportunity to learn about the history of Peterborough British-Pakistani community. I am immensely proud that I lead this project from start to finish.
To my late parents Haji Anayat Ali and Azmat Jan for giving me a good upbringing, love, support and enabling me to shape my life to that person I am today! THANK YOU!!
Donated for Good Causes
I am pleased to share with you that all proceeds raised from the sales of my books have been donated to a British charity!
Pilgrimage of Hajj
I was delighted to share with you that I traveled on once a lifetime, a month long journey pilgrimage of Hajj to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It was an amazing, wonderful, emotional, demanding and life changing experience, which is difficult to describe in words but one has to go through the experience to be able to understand.