Remembrance Week fund raising.

We SLNYA thought of being a patriot and contribute atleast what we can offer. On this Remembrance Week we raised fund at Modern Station by selling poppy flower. Many were very generous and gave whole heartedly. Amoung them our nepalese uncles were also few of them. Overall it was a success and we are going to continue it next year […]

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Ambassador Visit

On 25th of August 2011, Councillor/Advisor of SLNGA Gam Gurung organised welcome visit to Ambassador Dr. Suresh Chandra Chalise and wife Dr. Adhikari in Merton Council. They were greeted by “Gilli Lewis – Lavender, Mayor of London Borough of Merton,Council leader Councillor Stephen Alambritis, all Councillors, Chairman of SLNGA and all of its members, ladies, children and gentlemen at Council […]

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Condolences – late Umesh Chaudhary.

Our heartfelt condolences to the family of Late Umesh Chaudhary, who’s tragic diminished has moved us all. On this dark time, SLNGA (South London Nepalese Gurkha Association) family would like to share our deepest sympathy for the family. We pray to god to give them strength at a time like this. May god rest his soul in peace. SLNGA has […]

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Contribution – late Rajendra Gurung

  We missed your our valuable member Rajendra Gurung.       The South London Nepalese Gurkha Association (SLNGA) family expresses its deepest sorrow at the untimely and tragic demise of late Mr. Rajendra Gurung at the young age of 46. He was receiving treatment at St.Helier Hospital, Morden for diagnosis of Jaundice and complication of liver.  He passed way […]

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Condolences – late Rajendra Gurung

At this very difficult time, we all members of SLNGA families with overwhelmingly express our very deepest sorrow at the tragic death of late Mr. Rajendra Gurung age of 46. He was treating at St.Hellier Hospital diagnosis of Jaundice and complication of liver. He was passed way at 2200 hrs on 30th of April 2011. We missed our valuable member […]

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Ex-Gurkhas celebrate being allowed to stay

“Johana Lumley after landmark victory” A growing community of former Gurkhas living in Morden have applauded the landmark High Court judgement to allow the Nepalese soldiers who fought for the country to settle in the UK. Members of the South London Nepalese Gurkha Association, based on the Haig Homes estate for former servicemen in Green Lane, were at a special […]

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Celebrity hopes Next Dashain..

Gam Gurung, Chairman of the South London Gurkhas Association. Timed at: 9:04am Tuesday 8th September 2009 A group of Gurkhas based in Morden are hoping actress Joanna Lumley will visit the borough for a Nepalese party. Members of the South London Gurkha’s Association want to thank the star for her tireless work battling the Government to ensure the former soldiers […]

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