This section highlights initiatives that are in keeping with the aims of the BCSA. Send contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MORENA SLOVAK DANCE COMPANY
Your chance to learn from a professionally trained Slovak traditional dancer.
Weekly sessions every Monday (excluding May Bank Holidays) from 7-8.30pm at Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regents Park Road, London NW1 7AY
The class consists of warm up, stretching, learning Slovak steps and little routine. All levels are welcome and you are advised to bring a change of clothes.
Tickets £5 pay on the door
CZECH/SLOVAK CATHOLIC SERVICES IN LONDON
Visiting Czech priests celebrate mass monthly on Sunday at 2pm
for more details see
SLOVAK CATHOLIC MISSION
7.30pm Monday and first Friday of month (mass in Slovak)
1pm Sunday (Slovak and Czech)
7.30pm Sunday (Slovak) except July, August and September
for more details click here
EU CITIZENS’ RIGHTS IN THE UK
The UK government has reached an agreement with the European Union on citizens’ rights. This agreement will protect your rights after the UK leaves the EU and enable you to continue to live your life as you do now. It also covers your family members.
In order to secure your rights, you will need to apply for settled status through the EU Settlement Scheme. The scheme will open fully by 30 March 2019.
Your rights will not change until 2021 so there is no need for you to apply for status as soon as the scheme opens.
For further details click on the link below.
A guide to the EU Settlement Scheme for EU citizens and their families
The Bouda Gallery Project
Initiated by the Czech Centre London, this project aims to provide a space for exhibitions, book readings and design pop-up shops as well as a base for the Czech School Without Borders in London. The vast majority of the cost will be covered by the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs. However 10% of the remaining finance needs to be raised for purchasing and installing technical equipment and furniture.
For further details and to make a donation go to www.bouda.org.uk