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The Association held it's Annual Summer Picnic in the ground of Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire on Sunday, 3rd July 2011. The members who attended the picnic not only enjoyed open air and sunny weather  but  also delicious Nepalese food provided by Singh Raj and Bimala Shrestha of Indian Valley Restaurant, Swinton.

The Nepalese Association is organising the Annual Summer Picnic in Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire on Sunday, 3rd July 2011 at 12 noon. The Association invites everyone to attend the picnic. The programme for the day follows as:
1200 - Arrival in Tatton Park
1400 - Lunch
1500 - Sports & Entertainment
1600 - Rafle Draw
1800 - Close

The Nepalese New Year 2068 celebration kicked off at 1 pm on 17th April 2011 in Manchester as Association President welcomed the capacity  crowd which included members of the Association and British friends from up and down the country.
His Exclelncy Nepalese Ambassador Dr Suresh Chandra Chalise extended  his best wishes for the New Year. He also applauded the good work of the Association. President Puspa Shrestha thanked all for their hard work to make the event a grand success.

The 20th Annual general Meeting was convened at The Waterside Hotel, Manchester on 16th April 2011 at 4 pm. Association President welcomed the members attending the meeting. General Secretary Bijay Shrestha and Treasurer Dr Yogendra Bajracharya presented the Annual report and Financial Report of the Association respectively. members discussed various agenda including the planned 5th Nepal Himalayan Festival 2012. 

The 20th Annual Convetion was convened at the Waterside Hotel, Manchester on 16th April 2011. More members than ever before, including His excellency Nepalese Ambassador to the UK, Dr Suresh Chandra Chalise were in attance for the Annual Convention this year and made full use of the Hotel's leisure facilities. They had come from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the North West, North East, Yorkshire, Midlands, London and the South East of England.

We wish you a very Happy, Peaceful and Prosperous New Year 2068 !

19th March 2011. Fagu (Holi), the festival of colours, was celebrated in  Kathmandu and various hilly and mountainous districts across Nepal, Saturday. The festival will be celebrated tomorrow in the Terai districts.
People smear various colours including the red vermillion powder and put water on each other to mark the festival.

20 February 2011. Hundreds of Indian nationals heading to Muktinath temple have been left stranded at Jomsom for the last five days after snowfall blocked Jomsom-Muktinath road section.

5th December 2010. The masses say there are no opportunities here and thus Nepal is facing a brain-drain, however, there exists a group of entrepreneurs who believe the solution isn´t to leave the country but to create jobs. The idea is not novel, unfortunately being an entrepreneur or business-minded comes with a lot of negative pre-existing notions in Nepali culture. All of that is hopefully on the path to being changed.

16th November 2010. A five-day international conference on "International Graduate Conference on Climate Change and People" is underway in the capital that aims to increase the role of youths to fight climate change. The conference that started from Monday is being organised by the Small Earth Nepal in coordination with Consortium for Capacity Building, University of Colorado, USA and other one dozen national and international organisations where around 150 participated.