13 October 2017.
The Yorkshire Awards 2017 held at the Hilton Leeds.
Kash Singh receives his Richard Whiteley Award from Canon Keith Madeley, with host for the evening Harry Gration.
13 October 2017. The Yorkshire Awards 2017 held at the Hilton Leeds. Kash Singh receives his Richard Whiteley Award from Canon Keith Madeley, with host for the evening Harry Gration.

Richard Whiteley Award 2017

Kash Singh

Kash Singh is the Chief Executive and Founder of One Britain One Nation (OBON). As Chair and founder of the British Indian Association, he was responsible for bringing together thousands of people from diverse backgrounds.

In his professional capacity he was a senior police officer in the rank of Inspector with the West Yorkshire Police. In over two decades of police service, he has gained much experience in working with people from all backgrounds. In 2006 he was nominated to lead the most challenging and sensitive area of Manningham in Bradford which in 1995 and 2001 saw terrible riots.

The vision of OBON is to create, a strong, fair, harmonious and a proud British Nation, celebrating patriotism and respect for all our people by reaching out to all sections of the community through mass engagement in an effort to win their confidence and support to implement the values shared by our organisation.

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