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The annual summer picnic of the Nepalese Association in the UK, Himalayan Yeti, will be held on Sunday, 27th August 2017 at 12 noon at Wythenshaw Park, Manchester. We hope this fine weather will continue and the picnic will be an enjoyable event for all.
Annual Convention & Nepalese New Year 2070 celebration
The Nepalese Association in the UK, Himalayan Yeti extends an invitation to attend the XXth Annual Convention at 3 pm on Saturday, 13th April  and Nepalese New Year 2070 celebration at 1 pm on Sunday, 14thApril 2013 at Britannia Country House Hotel, Palatine Road, Didsbury, Manchester M20 2WG.

The Annual Convention will provide a great opportunity to meet with so many of Nepalese and British friends and to catch up over the weekend.

The weekend package is reasonably priced: 
£66 per person (sharing double or twin room)
£80 per single adult 
£25 per child (aged 5 – 10)
£20 for Convention Dinner only
Ticket for Sunday only - Adult £12 and Child (age 5 - 10) £8.
Children under 5 are free.

Family rooms are available for those who wish to bring children, please contact us asap if you require one.
This includes hotel accommodation, refreshments, a 3 course dinner, breakfast and Sunday lunch.

Please send a cheque payable to Himalayan Yeti to 12 Reeves Road, Chorlton, Manchester M21 8BT.

If you require a vegetarian meal or have specific dietary needs please let us know before Saturday, 6th April 2013. 
Saturday, 13 April 2013
1 pm - onwards Registration
3 pm - Refreshment
3.30 pm - AGM
8 pm - Annual Convention Dinner
10 pm - Entertainments
Sunday, 14 April 2013
1 pm - Reception
2 pm - Lunch
3 pm - Cultural programme
6 pm - Close
For details, please contact me on 077345 44 555 or General Secretary Bijay Shrestha on 0161 224 0893 / 0779 505 5935 or Social Secretary Lilesh Pradhan on 0161 438 0505 / 07983481084.

Dashain Tihar Celebration 2012
The Association held the annual Dashain and Dipawali celebration on Sunday, 28th October 2012 in Manchester.  Members enjoyed delicious Nepalese food provided by Raj Kumar and Sophie Shrestha from Himalayan Restaurant, Stockport Road, Manchester.

During the celebration, Suresh Shrestha, Gopal Basnet, Deepa Shrestha, Srijana Thapa and Kamali Adhikari performed beautiful Nepalese dances, and Nirmal Karki, Sudip Sapakota and Pranesh Rana entertained those who attended the event with their wonderful Nepalese music.

In addition, as part of the event, the Nepalese pandit Tara Niraula offered tika to those who wished to have Dashain tika and jamara on occasion of Dashain.
The Association would like to express its thanks Gopal Dangol (Great Kathamandu Restaurant, Burton Road, Manchester), Buddhi ram Shrestha (Jay Kathmandu Restaurant, Palatine Road, Manchester), Rajendra Basnet (Gurkha Grill Restaurant, Burton Road, Manchester), Chandra KC (Namaste Nepal  Restaurant, Burton Road, Manchester), Singh Raj Shrestha (Gurkha tandoori Restaurant, Swinton) Raj Kumar Shrestha (Himalaya Restauarant, Stockport Road, Manchester) and Gopal Mohan Dangol (Kathmandu Restaurant, Stockport Road, Stockport) for sponsoring the raffle prizes, which included a meal for two at their restaurants. The Association would also like to extend its thanks to Parbuty Dangol Rana for raising funds by organising the sale of the raffle tickets.
Annual Summer Picnic 2012
The Association held its Annual Summer Picnic on Sunday, 8 July 2012 at Platt Field Park, Manchester.
Despite an initial wet weather forecast, the sun eventually came out from behind the clouds and this heralded the arrival of Nepalese food provided by the Himalayan Restaurant from Levenhume, Manchester.
The fun, games and sports competition got underway with the tug of war and a special pass the parcel for the children in attendance.
What promised to be a dull day turned into a glorious afternoon of sunny weather and everyone had a good time.
The Association would like to express its thanks to Raj Kumar & Sophie Shrestha for providing the delicious food, and Gopal Dangol, Buddhi Ram Shrestha, Dr Mohan Man Pradhan, Dr Gopal Joshi, Dr Yogendra Bajracharya, Nirmal Karki, Chandra K.C. and Puspa Shrestha for sponsoring the Raffle prizes, as well as Parbuty Dangol Rana for organising the raffle.
Annual Convention 2012
The Association is holding its 20th Annual Convention & Nepalese New Year 2069 celebration in Manchester on Saturday and Sunday, 14th & 15th April 2012 at the Waterside Hotel.  

The Association extends its invitation to everyone to attend the Annual Convention and Nepalese New Year celebration in Manchester. Many Nepalese and British friends will be attending the two days event and will catch up over the weekend. The weekend package is reasonably priced:
 £65 per person sharing double or twin bed room
 £80 per single room
 £25 per child (age 5-10)
 Children under 5 are free.  
This includes hotel accommodation, refreshments, a 3 course dinner, breakfast and Sunday lunch.  
If you require a vegetarian meal or have specific dietry needs please let us know. We have also booked the hotel leisure facilities so do not forget to bring your swim wear. 
The Association is celebrating Dashain & Tihar (Dipawali) on Sunday, 23rd october 2011 at Irish Association Social Club, 17 High Lane, Chorlton, Manchester M12 9DJ at 12.30 pm. We would like to extend our invitation to everyone to attend the event. Please contact to Social Secretary Lilesh Pradhan or General Secretary Bijay Shrestha ( for details.

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 Association is organising the Nepalese New Year 2068 celebration on Sunday, 17th April 2011 in Manchester. Popupar Nepalese singer Bivek Shrestha (Kandara Group) will be entertaining us at the event.

The Association is holding its Annual Convention on Saturday, 16th April 2011 at The Waterside Hotel, Didsbury, Manchester. The AGM will commence at 3 pm at The Waterside Hotel, Didsbury, Manchester. 


The Association is celebrating Dashain and Dipawali on Sunday, 24th October 2010 at 12.30 pm at Irish Association Social Club, High Lane, Manchester M21.
The President and members of the Association wish to extend an invitation to everyone to join us to celebrate the Dashain and Tihar (Dipawali). 
Please contact Social Secretary Liesh Pradhan (07983 481084) and General Secretary Bijay Shrestha (07795 055935) for details.  

The Association held its's Annual picnic in Vernon Park, Stockport on Sunday, 11th July 2010.The attendees from up and down the country enjoyed the sunny weather and food at the picnic.
The authentic Nepalese food was provided by Raj Kumar and Sophie Shrestha from the Himalayan Restaurant, Stockport.
A programme of sports was organised for all ages of men and women. Congratulations to all the winners of the sports.
The Association hosted another successful ‘mountain walking’ weekend over the weekend of 21-23 May, 2010. It was a return trip to North Wales, this time staying at Beddgelert using superb self-catering accommodation known as ‘Plas Colwyn.’ Beddgelert itself is a small village but boast a number of hotels and bed and breakfast establishments and is a base for superb walking in the Snowdonia National Park.
 Guest started to arrived early Friday evening and the response was that good that some members had to be put up in a B & B because the self-catering venue was fully booked! Friday night saw the wine flowing and superb Nepalese food being prepared and a great meal was to be had by all.
 Saturday proved to be quite a hot day and ideally it could have been cooler. However, the group set off, led by Mark Tyrrell, first taking in Gelerts Grave. Whether the story of Gelert and his faithful dog is one from the middle ages or a Victorian Romantic tale is a matter of conjecture. Give story The party continued along the River ….. before starting to ascend gradually up to the ………. and its remains of the copper mining which took place in past times. Having got to the head of the valley it was time to descend to Llyn Dinas where people had a well earned rest and had lunch.
From the Lake it was relatively flat back to Beddgelert. Usually there is a superb display of rhododendrons at this time of year but only a small number of bushes were in bloom – perhaps due to the severe winter earlier in the year. That evening more Nepalese food was served and the diehards of the group stayed up until 1.00 am.
 Sunday Morning the group headed for Caernarfon to explore the famous castle there. Afterwards the party took lunch in various venues in the town before starting the return journey home. The Association would like to thank everyone who attended and also co-ordinator Mark Tyrrell for his hard work in organising the weekend

The Association held its 19th Annual Convention and Annual General Meeting on 17th April, 2010. The venue for the event was the Waterside Hotel, Didsbury, Manchester.
Association President, Puspa Shrestha, welcomed the members attending the AGM. General Secretary Bijay Shrestha gave the Annual Report and Treasurer Dr Yogendra Bajracharya presented the yearly financial report for the Association.
Main topics under discussion were the viability of a Nepalese community centre, Association membership and the possibility of a 5th Himalayan Festival in 2012. That evening delegates and guests sat down to a convention dinner at the hotel which was followed by a disco with the floor filling up whenever a Nepali tune was played. Those participating were determined to have a good time and things lasted well into the small hours.

The arrival of 2067 in the Nepali calendar was celebrated at the Irish Association Social Club in Manchester on Sunday, 18th April 2010.
The number of people attending exceeded 200 and came as a pleasant surprise to the event’s organiser as they only expected 150 or so to turn up. In fact there were not enough chairs to go round and many were standing. Such inconveniences, however, proved minor as events kicked off at 1.00 pm as Puspa Shrestha, Association President, welcomed the capacity crowd of Association members and British friends, some of whom had travelled from up and down the country including, Wales, the North East and also from London.
A high standard of Nepalese cuisine has been the hallmark of past events and today was no exception, as it was provided by the Himalayan Restaurant in Manchester. Due to the large attendance the queues were very lengthy and slow moving. At one point people were waiting for plates! The restaurant staff was working at a busy pace to keep up with demand.
A cultural programme followed and the audience were entertained by a variety of dances ranging from traditional Nepalese to more contemporary ‘Bollywood’ style routines. The dancers who performed for the celebration were: Manila Balami and Tyani Shrestha, Aishwarya and Aashna Rana (Manchester); Bibhuti Upadhyay (Sheffield); Janie Mali and Alina Malakar (Birmingham). The dance routines were followed by songs performed by Dr Badri Man Shrestha and also Chongba Sherpa who were met by an enthusiastic response from the audience.
The dancers were awarded the Shanti Prem Award for their hard work. The award is sponsored annually by Immediate Past President Dr Prem Bikram Hamal and Mrs Shanti Hamal. This years “Woman of The Year” award was presented to Mrs Sunita Joshi for her work in training the young dancers who perform at events such as this. Finally the afternoon was rounded off by a raffle and prizes were awarded to the winners.
The Association would like to thank Social Secretary, Lilesh Pradhan, for his work in organising the event; and Raj Kumar and Sophie Shrestha from the Himalayan Restaurant for the superb Nepalese food; also the dancers and singers for excellent entertainment all round. Also a heartfelt thank you is extended to all those who attended this year’s New Year celebration – especially in such numbers – who helped make the event the outstanding success it was.