Peterborough Nepalese Society (PNS) is a non-profit making community-based organisation, registered with charity of England & Wales, with charity number 1169904, and established in September 2007. Its members include individuals or families, primarily, living in Peterborough and surrounding places whose root origin is in Nepal and/or those who speak Nepalese language. Since its inception, PNS members have been ever increasing with more than 110 families living in and around Peterborough (as of September 2016). Peterborough, is located about 75 miles north of London, and is a home of many other ethnic communities including Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, and Polish....

Free Nepalese language and Activity class

January 14, 2019

Ongoing Nepalese classes for children has become huge success.  These classes are conducted with vision to provide students exposure to the Nepali language and the Nepalese socio-cultural practices in  Peterborough. These classes are conducted freely to all who are interested in Nepalese language, financially supported by Notional Lottery.  We are seeing more students than our target, currently on average 36 children. Classes includes Nepalese lesson,...

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New president of PNS

October 11, 2018

 Mr. Shiva Bhandari has been elected as the president of PNS    Mr. Shiva Bhandari has been elected unanimously as the president of the seventh executive committee of Peterborough Nepalese Society UK Likewise others elected unanimously persons were Ravi Acharya and Dhruba Dhital as the vice chairmen, Harihar Bhattarai as the general secretary. Sangeeta Koirala as the secretary, Sudarshan Parajuli...


PNS observes Dashain Celebration

October 8, 2017

Peterborough Nepalese Society (PNS) observed this year’s Dashain celebration on the 25th of September at Jimmy’s Restaurant located in the centre of the city. The event was attended by over 250 people with some travelling from as far as London and Leicester. The attraction of the night were the Nepali singers Kali Prasad Banskota and Hemanta Rana. The anchor of...


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Nepali samaj Nottingham | teej in Peterborough 2014

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