The first Irish History Month event in TUC Congress House:
“Migration of labour – History of Irish Immigrants to Britain of the last few centuries.”
Time: Registering at 12 midday and starting the session at 1 pm
Date: Saturday 13th May 2017
Lasting for at least three hours, followed by a drinks reception in TUC Congress House. We may have a social in a pub with a band afterwards.
Austin Harney, Joint SERTUC Race Relations Secretary
Dr. Sonja Tiernan from Liverpool University
& others to be confirmed.
For further information, please contact:
Austin Harney, Joint Secretary of the SERTUC Race Relations Committee.
The event is organised by the SERTUC (South East Regional Trades Union Congress) Race Relations Committee.
London Irish Centre
All information below is courtesy of the London Irish Centre
Community, culture and plenty of craic.
London Irish Centre
The London Irish Centre is located about 10 minutes walk from Camden Town tube station (Northern Line)
To get here, leave the tube station via the Kentish Town Rd exit. Cross the road and turn left up Camden Road. Pass Sainsbury’s, Camden Road station, and Pets at Home, before turning right at Murray Street. Walk straight down Murray Street for about two minutes and you’ll find us on the left-hand corner.
Exit Camden Road station and turn left. Pass Pets at Home before turning right at Murray Street. Walk straight down Murray Street for about two minutes and you’ll find us on the left-hand corner.
Bus routes 29, 253 and 274 all stop within a two minute walk from us. For all routes the closest stop is ‘Murray Street’.
Welcome. Tá fáilte romhat.
The London Irish Centre (LIC) is the heart of the Irish community in London.
The LIC is both a Registered Charity and an Irish community centre in Camden Square, London NW1.
For sixty years, The LIC has been both supporting Irish people in London and promoting Irish arts and culture.
Our welfare service is the largest for Irish people outside of Ireland. Each year we work with thousands of people to improve their housing, income, access to health, and social inclusion opportunities. This service works to meet the diverse needs of the large Irish community in London.
Examples of recent events include:
Tea Dance & Social afternoons
Set Dancing 12 Week Course
Set Dancing Sessions
New Irish Theatre Productions
Music Evening Events
London Irish Book Club Event
All Star Rugby Fund Raising Dinner (to support the vulnerable Irish in London)
Many upcoming events listed:
(Many thanks to the London Irish Centre for the text and images.)