HVP AGM & Curry Social, 2 Nov 2019 - with Vishnu Sir, Principal of HVP Central.
HVP Nepal-UK are delighted to welcome Principal of HVP Central, Vishnu Dangi Ji, to the UK for a month of social and professional networking to strengthen the HVP community in the UK, and to gather support for the vital work underway to complete the new building at HVP Central.
Join him in London on 2nd November for our Annual General Meeting, a short celebration of Nepali culture (for all the family), and a short walk down the Thames ending in a curry lunch.
2nd November 2019, Waterloo Action Centre, 14 Baylis Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 7AA
10am-11am: HVP Nepal Annual General Meeting (all welcome to attend, especially those interested in becoming active as Committee members, Trustees or just volunteers!)
11am-12.30pm: Cultural celebration and updates on the HVP Schools
Presentation by Vishnu Dangi Ji - updates from Nepal
Personal reflections from an HVP School alumni
Explanation of Nepali festivals - Dashain, Tihar and Chhath
Nepali market stall - get your Christmas shopping done early!
Children's Nepali arts & crafts table
After this event, those who wish to go for a curry lunch with Vishnu Sir will take a pleasant Thameside walk to the Shad Restaurant on Tooley St- or meet us there at 1pm. (food to be bought and paid for individually).
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or on the Facbook events (links below).
Facebook Events (for more details, updates and for conversaiton with other attendees)
AGM and cultural celebration (10am-12.30pm): https://www.facebook.com/events/499063943977893/
Curry social (1pm-2.30pm): https://www.facebook.com/events/397953497569141/
Vishnu arrived on the 9th October and has already travelled around the UK to catch up with friends and supporters in London, Bristol and Oxford. On Sunday October 13th Vishnu joined fellow HVP Nepal staff members Suman Sir and Manohar Sir (who were generously supported by St James School to visit the UK to attend training in delivery of the Sanskrit IGCSE) and representatives from the School of Practical Philosophy & Economic Science for a symposium on the philosophy behind the HVP schools.