Nepalese Community Oxfordshire, known as the NCO UK is an umbrella community to bring all the Nepalese people within Oxfordshire under one umbrella. This community is from Nepalese, living within Oxfordshire. All members of the community are from Nepal and majority of them are Ex (retired) Gurkhas and their families, including students and working professionals. The NCO UK was established in December 2006. The main aim of this organization is to promote, preserve and share traditional Nepalese culture, customs and values. To promote cultural exchange and good relations between Nepalese, British and other people from different ethnic origins in Oxfordshire.
Nepalese Community Oxfordshire (NCO) UK – Forecast of Events – 2016/17
Please pass Community Secretary any key dates or events that you wish to include in our Forecast of Events. You may contact him by submitting the Form provided at ‘Contact Us‘ page of this website.
Ox5 Run 2016 – Sunday, 17 April 2016 (Updated: Monday, 18 April 2016 by Mr Lochan Limbu)
On behalf of Nepalese Community Oxfordshire I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all the participants and our generous donors for supporting us during the Ox5 Run 2016 fundraising event. It would not have been possible without your support. Once again big thanks for your great support. If any one is still interested you can support us by using the link below: To donate please click here.
Nepal Earthquake Disaster Appeal Fund Update (Updated: Thursday, 28 July 2016 by Capt Tulasi Paudel)
We are extremely grateful to Local Public, Pubs, Super Stores, Nepalese Restaurants, Care Homes, Local Media and everyone for their outstanding support from the very beginning. With your generous support and kind contribution we have so far raised a total of £26,998.26 (includes JustGiving pages and street collection). Continue reading …
Ox Clean Programme – Sunday, 6th March 2016
A group of volunteers from Nepalese Community Oxfordshire UK (NCO UK) participated on the above event on Sunday, 6th March 2016 as organised by Mr Bhakta Limbu (NCO UK Committee Member) in Rosehill, Oxford, UK. Continue reading..
Remembrance Sunday – 13 November 2016 (posted: Tuesday 15 November 2016)
Gurkha Veterans’ Remembrance March Pass went extremely well. A Big thank you to everyone for taking part and families and friends for supporting participants from outside. Our special thank you to the following who has contributed for a refreshment (Tea/coffee) after the parade.
• Padma Chatri (Salita) & Bhakta Bilas – £30.00
• Tej Limbu and family- £10.00
• Megh Limbu – £10.00
• Dilli Gurung – £10.00
• Kul Youngya – £10.00
• Lila Limbu – £6.00
• Chitra Thapa – £4.00
Photos / Video of the Event.