Appreciation to Volunteers from Reading

News Date : Nov 14, 2010

Centre for Nepal Studies UK and Greater Reading Nepalese Community Organisation jointly organised an appreciation programme in Reading to thank volunteers for their support during the Nepali "census" in Reading in 2008.

""The meeting organised at Warehouse, Cumberland Road, Reading was chaired by CNSUK's Director Dr Krishna Adhikari and run by CNSUK's member Mr Ananda Bhandari. In the programme a local report for Reading was presented by CNSUK's member Mr Lokendra Dhakal. In the programme it was revealed that Reading's Nepali Population in 2008 was estimated to be 3250 and it is not expected to be 5000, thanks to the arrival of retired Gurkhas and thier families and more number of students last pants and GRNCA's Chairman Mr Mahesh Gurung thanks all for thier support and presence.  Appreciation ceritificates were awarded by Dr Krishna Adhikari, and NRNUK's Advisor Dr Chandra Bahadur Gurung.

Further details of the programme are:

Programme:   Appreciating the contributors of "census" 2008.
Date:             14 November Sunday
Time:             19.00
Place:            Warehouse, Cumberland Road (Small hall)
Additions:      There will be brief presentation of the some findings (national and local) as well as of the forth coming UK  
                      census 2001.
 Organisers: Greater Reading Community Association and Centre for Nepal Studies UK