Kavya Rang’s quarterly meeting was held in Bramcote, Nottingham, on Saturday 17th February 2018. It was attended by 25 people.
New Students were welcomed in Nottingham by the BIBF. I attended an event at the Indian Community Centre hosted by the British Indian Business Forum, welcoming Indian students freshly arrived in Nottingham to their new home in the city. Students… Continue Reading →
UNESCO Nottingham City of Literature’s First Ever Young Poet Laureate Georgina Wilding at Buzzword poetry event held at the White Lion in Beeston. We are DELIGHTED to announce that the wonderful Georgina Wilding is now officially Nottingham’s First Ever Young… Continue Reading →
The local photographer and journalist Jagdish Patel interviewed some local people who came to live in England in the 50s, 60s and 70s and displayed their portraits and biographical stories.
Celebration of South Asian Heritage Festival(SAHM) with dance and music at Trinity Square Nottingham, on 23rd September 2017. Dignitary was Mr Nat Puri, welcomed by Jai.
The event was held at Nottingham Hindu Temple, in the poetry programme by Kavi Rang. Eminent Hindi poets came from India to recite their poetry. The celebration launched with the breaking of the coconut. The chief guests were The Lord… Continue Reading →
This event took place at The White Lion in Beeston, as part of Nottingham Poetry Festival 2017. Plenty of people attended, more than expected, which meant that the event could be as lively as possible, in keeping with the traditions… Continue Reading →
The Lord Mayor Samman was presented to the Governor of West Bengal H.E. Shri K N Tripathi ji. by the Lord Mayor of Nottingham Councillor Mohammed Saghir. Jai Verma was also honoured by the Lord Mayor for her Community Services… Continue Reading →
The Viceroy’s House was shown at the Broadway cinema Nottingham Yesterday. The director Gurinder Chadha came to introduce the film and for a Question /Answer session after the film preview. I had an opportunity to meet Gurinder Chadha and asked… Continue Reading →