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Branco Stoysin, guitarist & composer THE NEW ALBUM, “ABOVE THE CLOUDS” marks the 20th anniversary of the Sun Recordings label with 10 blissful new original tunes. Following link shows 2 minutes promo video that will tell you all in the nicest and most concise way: ALBUM LAUNCH CONCERT: Saturday, 16th June, at uniquely beautiful Tara Arts Theatre, 356 Garratt Lane, Earlsfield, London SW18 4ES, Tel. 020 8333 4457 (tickets online in advance or at the door) 7pm, The one-off special event, the album launch and Branco’s fine art photographic show depicting “beautiful nature right on our doorsteps…” The Link for info and bookings: ***NOTE: 7pm photo show and mingle, not mandatory to attend photo show at 7pm exactly, come as you wish 8pm Concert starts Venue very easy accessible: 30 secs from Earlsfield Rail station (turn right from station exit) Trains: 10 mins from Wate..
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The culmination of the 10th Anniversary of Serbian Month was the Serbian Fair and Paprika concert held at the Bishop Nikolaj Community Centre on a 3rd March, a very cold and snowy Saturday. The events were organised by the Serbian Council of Great Britain and sponsored by Alleston Solicitors. The aim of the Serbian Fair was to provide an opportunity for Serbian organisations and those working with Serbia opportunity to showcase their achievements and to promote their work to the Serbian community and the wider British public. It also aimed to show how Serbian diaspora community organisations work together and how this unity of purpose benefits the Serbian community in Britain. The day started with a well- attended Round Table meeting. The Round Table encourages cooperation and collaboration between Serbian community organisations and individuals and allows participants an opportunity to identify projects and issues which are of importance to the Serbian community. The focus of the me..
A large audience of over sixty people, including Princess Katarina, representatives of the Serbian Embassy and distinguished friends and family of Ewen Southby-Tailyour attended an event organised by the Serbian Council of Great Britain and the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, London on the evening of the 23rd of February. The event had been organised to launch the novel Death’s Sting: Duplicity and Deceit in the Balkans by Ewen Southby-Tailyour. Read more at Britic The post Launch of the book Death’s Sting: Duplicity and Deceit in the Balkans by Ewen Southby-Tailyour appeared first on Serbian Council of Great Britain.
The Serbian Council of Great Britain (SCGB) held its Annual General Meeting on Friday 23rd February at the Serbian Club, Bishop Nikolaj Community Centre. Read more at Britic The post Serbian Council of Great Britain – Annual General Meeting appeared first on Serbian Council of Great Britain.

VB TV JOURNAL You Tube Channel

The Serbian Council of Great Britain in cooperation with numerous Serbian organisations marked the 10th anniversary since the start of the Serbian Month. This is a tradition of promoting the activities of associations representing Serbian community. The Council was established in 2004 and closely cooperates with all the associations that represent other communities from the Balkans. With the promotion of number of associations during the fair organized on March 3rd, a great specter of cultural and entertainment programs were also organised. Journalist Vojislav Brajovic prepared a report from this celebration, held in London: Serbian Fair, Final celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Serbian Month A graduated journalist, Vojislav Brajovic is the author of VB TV JOURNAL You Tube Channel – shorter name Vojislav Brajovic TV Journal, which works for a few years. The channel’s purpose is to announce and deliver information and reports on the most important events in London related to ..

Annual Newsletter Published

You can view our Annual Newsletter with updates on our recent projects by clicking the link below. Newsletter 2018 SCGB The post Annual Newsletter Published appeared first on Serbian Council of Great Britain.
Following the formal notice of our Annual General Meeting to be held on Friday, 26th February 2016, please see below the full Agenda and the list of Management Committee and Officer posts candidates in the document below. AGM 2018 Agenda AGM 2017 Minutes of the Serbian Council of Great Britain The AGM will be followed by a book launch of Death’s Sting: Duplicity and Deceit in the Balkans by Ewen Southby-Tailyoura organised by Serbian Council of Great Britain and St Sava’s Parish Church. Please see the full programme HERE The post 2018 Annual General Meeting – Notice & Agenda appeared first on Serbian Council of Great Britain.
26th Jan – 3rd March 2018 London, Reading, Birmingham, Halifax, Corby, Bedford, Leicester, Peterborough, Tunbridge Wells We are very proud of the journey we have been on over the last decade especially when we look back to the beginning of that journey the first Serbian Week in Great Britain held in Leeds and London in 2008. What started with a few events in 2008, has grown from year to year to become Serbian Month with over thirty impressive events held in numerous towns around Britain. Over the last decade Serbian Month has taken place in London, Oxford, Cambridge, Reading, Birmingham, Norwich, Halifax, York, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Brighton, Tunbridge Wells, Forest Row, Maidenhead, Leamington Spa, Bedford, Corby, Leicester and Peterborough. Serbian Month was initiated by three organisations (Serbian Council of Great Britain, Serbian City Club and Serbian Society) and over time it has caught the imagination of over thirty organisations, numerous individuals, and the Serbian governm..