Nepalese British Community UK had volunteered to promote and inform the pupils, parents, teachers and visitors at the international food festival held at Welldon Park Junior School about our Nepalese Food Culture and traditions.
Hand full of our members, Mrs Namuna Rana, Mrs Radha Ale, Mrs Dhan Kumari Gurung, Mrs Lolita Joshi and Mrs Manju Shah Volunteered to prepare some samples of Nepalese food shown in the picture and the foods were sold at the festival to visitors.
All the money collected from the sale of the food were donated to the school, Welldon Park Junior School.
In our Nepali Language class the children revised the previously taught Road safety workshop, but this time in the Nepali language.
We were very thankful to Transport For London and the Mayor Of London for sending us some Road safety information packs, which were handed out to all the children.
Watch Whats Coming road safety workshop was organised by our Youth & Sports Coordinator Mr Prasun Rana, NBCUK had revived some funding form the O2 Think Big funding program in order to carry out this workshop.
The Children were taught
Be bright, be seen
Crossing the road safely on your own
Crossing the road safely with an adult
In car safety
Causes of accidents
Challenging risky behavior
Dealing with distractions
Planning a journey
This is an ongoing project. we have raised over £9000 to build a hostel in a deprived community. The hostel is under construction and we aim to complete by the end of March 2017. It is built in association of Laxmi Pratisthan in Nepal who are working in the community with various other projects. Our advisor and Founder Coordinator Mr Kamal Paudel recently visited the site and laid a Stone for the building.
Since it's establishment, NBC-UK has been involved many charity projects.
NBC-UK Represented our Nepalese Community at the Under One Sky, a summer event packed with music, sport, great food and entertainment for all ages,
Harrow, is a celebration of the borough's diversity and provides a platform for sport, cultural and activity groups to showcase their cause.The open air festival, which took place in Byron Recreation Ground in Christchurch Avenue, Wealdstone