• Elderly project - St Margaret's House - London E2 Elderly project - St Margaret's House - London E2
  • Elderly project - In-door games Elderly project - In-door games
  • Older people project - Health excercises Older people project - Health excercises
  • Older people project - Health talks Older people project - Health talks
  • Lunar New Year celebration Lunar New Year celebration
  • Lunar New Year celebration Lunar New Year celebration
  • Vietnamese mother tongue school Vietnamese mother tongue school
  • Young people activities Young people activities
  • Outing trip Outing trip
  
     

 

History of Vietnamese Communities in East London

 

                     Journey from the fall               Hong Kong refugee camps                     U.K Resettlement

The majority of Vietnamese people were refugees from North Vietnam and first came to the UK after the reunification in 1975. A total of 22,577 refugees from South East Asia made their home in Britain from 1975 until 1988. It estimated that at least 75% of the refugees were ethnically Chinese. There were around 15,000 Vietnamese refugees in London. Vietnamese communities were concentrated in Lewisham, Hackney, Tower Hamlets, New Ham, Peckham and Thamesmead......READ MORE

Health & Well Being

- Join to our Tai Chi class every Mondays and Thursday            

- Join to our table tennis activity every Mondays and Thursdays

- Befriending club

- LinkAge plus activities  (click here for more information)

Advice & Information

- Special housing advice every first Monday of a month

- Debt and saving

- Legal issues

- Bedroom's tax stories

- Guaranteed funeral plan (click here for more information)

 

Immigration Information

- British citizenship : Life in the U.K tetst

- How to apply British citizenship

- Application For Indefinite Leave To Remain In The UK (SET M)

- Family visitor visa to U.K

- Claim asylum in the U.K

- Civil Legal Advice (CLA) (Click here for more information)

News in Vietnamese - Tin Tức Tiếng Việt

- Liên kết trang mạng hải ngoại  

Á châu tự do (R.F.A) | BBC tiếng Việt | R.F.I | V.O.A tiếng Việt | Người Việt | Việt Báo | STBN |
(Click here for more information)

- Liên kết trang mạng quốc nội

 VNexpress | Thanh Niên | Tuổi Trẻ | Dân Trí | Pháp Luật | 
(Click here for more information)

- Bản Tin Cộng Đồng - C.R.V east London newsletter   

Tin Thế Giới | Tin Việt Nam | Tin Cộng Đồng | Tin Thể Thao | Bình Luận & Phóng Sự | Âm Nhạc & Điện Ảnh|   ( Click here for more information )

 

       

 

Welfare Reform Project

It aims to ensure that people affected by Welfare reform are supported through the anticipated, and receive the advice they need to minimize the impact of these reforms, individuals can seek advice on benefit entitlements, completing applications and challenging refusals.

Drop-in Advice Sessions (No appointment needed)

Monday - Thursday - Friday 10 a.m - 5 p.m

 

 

 

 

CRV East London - Information & Digital Support Hub

 

- Who we can help:

Anyone living in East London

- Areas of advice:

Support with accessing information including welfare benefit, housing, debt and consumer advice.

- Languages Supports

English , Vietnamese and Chinese

- Venue : Old Poplar Library - 45 Gillender Street - London - E14 6RN

- Open : Monday - Friday 10 a.m - 3 p.m

The Information and digital hub is funded by Lottery Award for All

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

                        

 


 

 

 

 



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C.R.V east London Photography club -  Eastend : Street Photography by Quan Tran