GRAVESHAM has one of the largest proportions of people from ethnic minorities in Kent 10.5 per cent of its population.
The Sikh population, which makes up nearly seven per cent of the community, is the second highest in the south east.
And the borough is well-known for its harmony between religious faiths.
News Shopper is taking an in-depth look at each religious group in Gravesham.
Census material from 2001 shows, among others, there are Christians, Sikhs, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Jewish people living side by side in the borough....
In a series of weekly features, we will take a look at each faith group and its involvement in the community and with other religions.
We are interested in what each group thinks is the secret of success to Gravesham's rich diversity. [Link]
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