Satpal came to England in 1947 aged 3 months and was the first Sikh girl to ever live in England. During her 64 years Satpal has dedicated her life to helping people in the community. Satpal lost her husband to cancer aged 35 but never lost faith in her religion. Having been involved in a horrific car accident aged 37, doctors told Satpal she would she would never walk again, but determined to become a devoted Sikh and play with her 5 children, Satpal miraculously learnt to walk again. Since gaining her new lease of life, Satpal has gone out of her way to help asylum seekers, ethnic minorities and the youth, flourish in their life's journey. Always proud of her roots and nationality Satpal takes great pride in being a British Sikh. She always smiles no matter the adversity and lends a helping hand whenever needed. Satpal's happiness resides in the happiness of others, never deterred by life's struggles Satpal will always strive to be the strength of others. The most loving woman, mother, nan, sister and friend anyone could meet and the light in many people's lives Satpal is truly an inspirational woman. She pushes everybody to meet their full potential, guides them to the correct path and will never allow you to feel alone in the world. A mother figure to everybody she meets and a rock to lean on, Satpal is loved and respected by all.