WINNERS FOR TALENT TIME 2017

Welcome to 2017 Talent Time WINNERS page !

When we look at what you have achieved, it inspires us to be like you.

Congratulations!

You are a path breaker 

Date _29th APRIL 2017. @ 11am -3pm#Lisneal college.

Winners will be presented with their Trophy/certificate on stage at the DIVERSITY FESTIVAL.

Talent Time will take you back to a Unique Experience of your successful Life .

just for the fun of it. Thanks for Sign Up . To encourage and promote sports and games among KA families.

TALENT TIME RESULTS (18th MARCH 2017)

COLOURING COMPETITION

NURSERY-   P1

1st PRIZE:         CHRIS SEBASTIAN

2nd PRIZE:       MERIN SIMMY

3rd PRIZE:        ISAAC THOMAS & GAURI NANDANA BAIJU

P2-    P4

1st PRIZE:          JEWEL ANN SAJI

2nd PRIZE:        BOAZ SAJEN

3rd PRIZE:        JOHANNA SEBASTIAN

DRAWING COMPETITION

P5-      P7

1st PRIZE:         DIANE REJI

2nd PRIZE:      NEIL JOSHY

3rd PRIZE:       RIANNA RIJU

YEAR 8 -10

1st PRIZE:         SNEHA JIBY MATHEW

2nd PRIZE:       ALINA RENJEEVAN

3rd PRIZE:        RILIYA RIJU

YEAR 11- 14

1st PRIZE:            MEKHA ANN SAJI

2nd PRIZE:         DALBIN REJI

3rd PRIZE:          JOVIN AJI

 

ADULT    DRAWING         

1st PRIZE:            AJI BABY

2nd PRIZE:          PRIYESH PAUL

3rd PRIZE:           SIMI RAJEEV

CHESS COMPETITION

P5-P7

1st PRIZE:       NEIL JOSHY

2nd PRIZE:      DIANE REJI

3rd PRIZE:      RYAN BASIL

YEAR 8-   10

1st PRIZE:        BENITA BIJU

2nd PRIZE:      ESTHER THOMAS

3rd PRIZE:       NIKSON JOY

YEAR 11-  14

1st PRIZE:        DALBIN REJI

2nd PRIZE:      JOYCIE RAJAN

3rd PRIZE:       NITHIN JOY

ADULTS          CHESS

1st PRIZE:           SANTHOSH SANKARANARAYANAN

2nd PRIZE:         AJI BABY

3rd PRIZE:          BIJI JOSEPH

ADULTS CARROMS SINGLES: 

1st PRIZE:           RIJUMON VARGHESE

2nd PRIZE:         SIMMY JOHN

ADULTS CARROMS DOUBLES: 

1st PRIZE:           AJI BABY & RIJUMON VARGHESE

2nd PRIZE:         JOSHY SIMON  &  BIJI JOSEPH

BADMINTON COMPETITION

ADULT SINGLES MEN

1st PRIZE:    Dr.Dileep Abdul Salam

2nd PRIZE:   Thangasamy Bagavathiappan

ADULT SINGLES LADIES:       

1st PRIZE:     Kripa Santhosh

2nd PRIZE:  Shiny  Soorath

3rd PRIZE:   Jossy  Aji

BADMINTON DOUBLES ADULT MEN: 

1st PRIZE:    Dr.Dileep Abdul Salam  & Biji Joseph

2nd PRIZE:  Thangasamy Bagavathiappan  & Rajeev Nair

BADMINTON SINGLES ADULT MEN: 

1st PRIZE:    Dr.Dileep Abdul Salam

2nd PRIZE:  Thangasamy Bagavathiappan

SHORT STORY WRITING

P5-  P7

1st PRIZE:     Smrithi  Santhosh

2nd PRIZE:    Diane  Reji

3rd PRIZE:     Niffy   Sajen

 

YEAR 8-10

1st PRIZE:       Esther  Thomas

2nd PRIZE:     Benita  Biju

3rd  PRIZE:     Riliya  Riju  & Jeff John

 

YEAR 11-14

1st PRIZE:        MEKHA ANN SAJI

2nd PRIZE:      ELIZA SAJI

3rd PRIZE:      JOYCIE RAJAN

QUIZ COMPETITION

P5-  P7

1st PRIZE:       REUVEN SIMON, NEIL JOSHY, RYAN BASIL, JACK MANI JACOB

2nd PRIZE:     KEVIN ROY, ALLEN RANJEEVAN,  JOSEPH SEBASTIAN

3rd PRIZE:      DIANE REJI,  MERIN JIBY, SMRITHI SANTHOSH

YEAR 8-  10

1st PRIZE:     ALINA RANJEEVAN, RITHUVARNA BAIJU, SNEHA JIBY

2nd PRIZE:    JEFF JOHN, NIKSON JOY, DANYL BIJU, JAKE JOHN

3rd PRIZE:    RILIYA RIJU, BENITA BIJU, ESTHER THOMAS

YEAR 11-   14

1st PRIZE:     JOYCIE RAJAN, ANITTA SIBIN, MEKHA SAJI

2nd PRIZE:   DALBIN REJI, NITHIN JOY, SAHIL SOORATH

3rd PRIZE:    ELIZA SAJI, FEBIN TYSEMON, ALFY MATHEW

QUIZ COMPETITION ADULTS      

1st PRIZE:     BIJU LAZAR, ANNIE JOSHY, SIMI RAJEEV, DEEPA THANGASAMY, NISHA JOHN

2nd PRIZE:  PRIYESH PAUL, HONEY JOSEPH, SHYJA SIBIN, SHINI BIJU, VIJI SEBASTIAN

3rd PRIZE:    LINCY RIJU, REJI RONI, JOSHY MATHEW, JISHA BASIL, BINCY BIJU

PRIZE FOR CHILDREN IN NURSERY-   P1 FOR PARTICIPATION

AIDEN RANJEEVAN,   SARAH BIJU,  ROHAN ROY,    ANNLIYA  MANOJ(KUNJATTA),    RIYAN RIJU, 

 STEBIN TYSEMON,    KEERTHANA THANGASAMY      AMAYA NAIR,     SAHEN SOORATH,  RIONA BASIL.

please text/ talk to us( Mrs Manju saji ) if your name is missing or any concern about the results.

Welcome to 2017 Talent Time WINNERS !

Winners will be presented with their Trophy/certificate on stage at the DIVERSITY FESTIVAL.

When we look at what you have achieved, it inspires us to be like you.

Congratulations! You are a path breaker

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Donegal Tour / Date after March 25 th.

Doagh famine village.
One of Ireland’s most unique & popular attractions which is visited by thousands from across the world every year.
The tour takes you on a journey through the history of Ireland. From the famine in the 1840s up until today’s economic difficulties it tells the story of Ireland as it was, from all perspectives.
www.mayooram.org/historytour .
Organised by: kerala Association
Project Title: Relations by History tour
Project Description: TRIP B / Free* Community tour to know 100 years History.
Funded by Community relation council (CRC)
Limited seats. more details pls visit www.mayooram.org

*if weather permits….

Trip routes & Time may change as per the un avoidable circumstances.

Pls contact Tour operator / Any Tour teams to conform your seats in the Bus. Self driving families, please collect your entry pass for the Family & Trip Itinerary planner

at least 2 days before the trip starts. If you are decided to start your car & drive to this destination with families on the same day morning,

WE can’t help in between there trips.

*Really sorry for the inconveniences.

Emergency contact Details _ Public relation offcer ( Mr Rajan Lukose _0044  7859849036 / this number will be on roaming  to contact members)

This routes includes cross boarder.

So UK mobiles are available with roaming facilities & special charges.

Doagh famine village _Please do not hesitate to give us a call on 00353 74 93 78078 if we can be of any further assistance.

More details pls visit www.mayooram.org

Itinerary of trip 2

Download the original files for print  by click the link below trip@2

 1)members TRIP@2  (download)

2) grianan of aileach

3) Grianan Of Aileach to Doagh Famine Village – Google Maps

4) Doagh Famine Village Glenevin Waterfall, Clonmany, Ireland – Google Maps

5) Glenevin Waterfall to Home

 

copy of self driving details from above links.

 

Grianan Of Aileach to Doagh Famine Village - Google Maps

 

Donigal  tour / 25th March 2017. (9am-8pm)  

Doagh famine village.

One of Ireland’s most unique & popular attractions which is visited by thousands from across the world every year.

The tour takes you on a journey through the history of Ireland. From the famine in the 1840s up until today’s economic difficulties it tells the story of Ireland as it was, from all perspectives.

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March/2017

start morning 8.50 am @ shepherd’s court.

(shepherd’s glen, opposite euro spar kilfennan, waterside. Derry.  BT47 2GA)

parking available on right side of the flats)

9.00am @ On bus / starting trip

The Grianan of Aileach

25 min (11.9 miles)

via N13

Fastest route now due to traffic conditions   This route crosses a country border.

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 9.35@The Grianan of Aileach 

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Greenan Ely or Greenan Fort) is a hillfort atop the 244 metres (801 ft) high Greenan Mountain at Inishowen in County DonegalIreland. The main structure is a stone ringfort, thought to have been built by the Northern Uí Néill, in the sixth or seventh century CE;[although there is evidence that the site had been in use before the fort was built. It has been identified as the seat of the Kingdom of Ailech and one of the royal sites of Gaelic Ireland. The wall is about 4.5 metres (15 ft) thick and 5 metres (16 ft) high. Inside it has three terraces, which are linked by steps, and two long passages within it. Originally, there would have been buildings inside the ringfort. Just outside it are the remains of a well and a tumulus.

By the 12th century, the Kingdom of Ailech had become embattled and lost a fair amount of territory to the invading Normans. According to Irish literature, the ringfort was mostly destroyed by Muirchertach Ua BriainKing of Munster, in 1101. Substantial restoration work was carried out in 1870. Today, the site is a National Monument and a tourist attraction

 

10.15@ coffee break/ Hill top

10.30am on bus # Glenevin Waterfall and park
Tel; 00353 (0)74 93 78821

42 min (36.5 km)

via R238

Fastest route, the usual traffic

Reach 11.15 pm @ Glenevin car park Tel; 00353 (0)74 93 78821

 Walking Distance: 1 km of path

Approximate Time Needed: 30 mins to one side
Grading: Easy
Height Gain: Negligible
Trail Surface:  Gravel
Markers: Wooden posts

Elevation & Climbing

Around 100m over a distance of 1 km. The walk feels virtually level.

Where better to start than right next door to The Glen House at one of Inishowen’s most spectacular natural attractions. The walkway from the gardens of The Glen House takes you upstream along the meandering stream to Glenevin Waterfall.

Along the way there are a number of picnic areas and vantage pionts with stunning views of the surrounding coast and countryside. At the end of the walk there is the spectacular Glenevin Waterfall, standing over 40ft tall, it is a sight not to be missed during your stay.

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Glenevin Waterfall is about 2km/1+mile from Clonmany on the Inishowen peninsula.

Start: at the car park close to Glen House restaurant outside Clonmany village and not far from the unroofed Protestant church at Straid.

Length: about 2 km return; a one hours walk.

Attractions: few walks have such a delicious surprise at the end of the journey. The waterfall at Glenevin is one of the great natural attractions of the area and should not be missed. Suitable for children and all age groups. The peace and seclusion of the area create a heavenly atmosphere.

For many years the waterfall was inaccessible until the local community came to the rescue and laid down a pathway through the wild landscape. The richness of the natural landscape has to be seen to be believed and the waterfall is truly one of the beauties of nature. There is space for cars or even a picnic just before the walk or the option of enjoying the hospitality of Glen House which has an excellent menu for the hungry traveller. The mixture of light and shade create a wonderland of nature for the discerning visitor.

1.30@on Bus / to Doagh Famine Village

Lagacurry, Co. Donegal, Ireland

14 min (10.4 km)

via R238

 

1.45 @ Doagh Famine Village.

Please do not hesitate to give us a call on 00353 74 93 78078 if we can be of any further assistance.

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Welcome to one of Ireland’s most unique & popular attractions!

Visited by thousands from across the world every year.

Visitors Info

General admission is €6 per person. Admission for U12s is €4 and Under 4s are FREE.

Lunch Time  2.00pm-3.00pm @ Visitors café Centre

to enjoy the view out across the bay to the Five Finger Strand at Malin

 The Tour@ 3pm-5pm

The theme of this year’s tour is “Living on the Edge”.

Illustrating how families and communities have survived in Ireland from the ever changing times since the famine to the present days economic difficulties.

Not just about the harsh times experienced by different generations but of the resilience and adaptability of people to overcome these which give a sense of hope.

Overview

The Famine Village tells the story of a family and community living on the edge and surviving, from the Famine of the 1840s to the present time.

Remoteness, isolation and reliance on small plots of land made this a harsh place to live.

Yet the same families have lived here for generations.

Learn how these people adapted and survived.

In brief, the Famine Village is an outdoor museum that tells the story of life in the area from the Famine back in the 1840s, through the 1900s to the present day.

Different to any other tourist attraction in Ireland the Famine Village depicts life in Ireland as it was, uncommercialised, interdenominational interspersed with humorous anecdotes of Irish life.

TOUR DETAILS
The tour last approximately 45 minutes.The tour takes you on a journey through the history of Ireland From the famine in the 1840s up until today’s economic difficulties.

Lunch Time  2.00pm-3.00pm @ Visitors café Centre to enjoy the view out across the bay to the Five Finger Strand at Malin.

 5.05@ Walk to five fingers strand beach

 Five Fingers Strand

Inishowen, Donegal. Ireland ~ The starting point of

the Wild Atlantic Way

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Five Fingers Strand is a breathtaking area with a sandy beach known locally as Lagg Beach, in the Townland of Lagg, close to the Town of Malin, in the Inishowen Peninsula. The curious name of Five Fingers is inspired by five rock pinnacles that resembles five fingers jutting into the sea. The beach itself  has uninterrupted views stretching across the Atlantic to Glashedy Island and the rolling hills of the surrounding countryside.

 6.30pm on Bus from car park # Back to Derry

51 min (49.3 km) via R240 and R238 ,Fastest route, the usual traffic. This route crosses a country border. BT47 2GA Good Shepherd Glen, Londonderry

7.30pm @ Reach Derry/ Home/ shepherd glen.

*if weather permits….

Trip routes & Time may change as per the un avoidable circumstances.

Pls contact Tour operator / Any Tour teams to conform your seats in the Bus. Self driving families, please collect your entry pass for the Family & Trip Itinerary planner

at least 2 days before the trip starts. If you are decided to start your car & drive to this destination with families on the same day morning, WE can’t help in between there trips.

*Really sorry for the inconveniences.

Emergency contact Details _ Public relation officer ( Mr Rajan Lukose _0044  7859849036)

This routes includes cross border.

So UK mobiles are available with roaming facilities & special charges.

Doagh famine village _Please do not hesitate to give us a call on 00353 74 93 78078 if we can be of any further assistance

thanks for supporting

kerala association/Tour team.

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St Patrick’s Spring Carnival 2017

St Patrick’s Spring Carnival 2017

St Patrick’s Day Spring Carnival brings a feast of great events to Derry and Strabane featuring music, dance, food, folklore and more…

17th March St Patrick’s Day Carnival Parades
Derry 2pm | Strabane 2pm

17th – 19th March LegenDerry Food Festival | Guildhall Sq

18th March Ubuntu Global Festival | Craft Village

For full programme visit www.derrystrabane.com/springcarnival

The city’s biggest ever St Patrick’s Day celebrations # Derry~Londonderry


A Feast of Great Events  

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day 2017 with an action packed weekend of activities for all the family featuring music, dance, food, folklore and more.

The theme of this year’s packed programme is ‘Forever Young’ – a celebration of youthfulness of mind and spirit.

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Saturday 18th March 2017

A celebration of the cultural diversity of our local community, with live stages, exhibits and interactive workshops for all ages across 3 city centre venues
Human – Kind – Together

All Activities Free of Charge

UNDER THE CANOPY @ THE CRAFT VILLAGE

12 noon Solas Flamenco
12.20pm Bollywood Masti
12.30pm Tinikling by Kabalikat NW
1.00pm Mohamad Noor & Band
1.15pm Mustafa & Friend’s Dabka
1.30pm Orchestre des Refugies
2.30pm Ibuki taiko
3.00pm Inishowen Gospel Choir
4.00pm Foreign Owl

URBAN VILLAGES, BISHOPS STREET

1.00pm Chinese Fan Dance & Song
1.30pm Russian Folk Song & Dance
2.00pm Solas Flamenco
2.30pm Bollywood Masti
3.00pm Mustafa & Friend’s Dabka
3.15pm Mohamad Noor & Band
3.45pm Tinikling by Kabalikat NW
4.00pm Ibuki Taiko

COMMUNITIES UNITED MARQUEE       
WATERLOO PLACE

1.00pm Tai Chi with Grand Master Zhu Changhai
2.00pm Rosemount Male Voice Choir In Harmony
3.00pm An Turás  The Journey

Talent Time North West 2016 # Derry/londonderry

The 2013 St Patrick’s Day Spring Carnival will be steeped in LegenDerry fun, history, culture and tradition; …………………

St Patrick’s Day Spring Carnival 2013

More details pls visit our city council website.

For full programme visit www.derrystrabane.com/springcarnival

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An Mór summer/ The Great Summer

 

An mor summer 2017

Name of Group:               kerala Association

 Project Title:  An Mór summer/ The Great Summer 

Project Description:      Talent Time/sports day/Summer Events / /summer trips / summer camps /summer workshops with a cultural stage programe for Vishu/ easter .

Easter & Vishu Cultural Diversity Celebration

This funding is applied to help Kerala Association to organise their traditional festivals for new generation. On this day various activities are laid out to celebrate the joy and enthusiasm which is historically celebrated always in our Motherland state Kerala.

The event will be a one day stage programme activity on a Saturday in april/may 2017.  The event is usually attended by the Mayor and is open to the public.  The primary audience however usually comes from within the local Indian Community.  A photographer will be booked and a press release issued to ensure that the wider community becomes more aware of the diversity on their doorstep and the traditions of the locally resident Indian Community.  The event will be organised by the committee of the Kerala Association and will be advertised to our contacts list as well as in the Community e-bulletins issued by Derry City Council to invite a wider audience.

 

Children summer club activities/talent time/ summer tours

This year our board has planned to initiate club activities for children aged below 16 yr involving various activities along with other children from different community. The main idea will be to teach and learn the diversified culture spread throughout the city and to involve children to do activity which can promote unity and integrity amongst the community. Children will go through several theoretical and practical session spread over a period of time.

Summer Games / Sports Activities

Summertime fun comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether at home or at the beach, try these games and activities to make a summer days special.Register your interest in Youth sports clubs, Youth tours, Football, Badminton, Rounders, cricket ,Weekly Cycling  etc .

Kerala Association is looking for players & Team captains to Organise , plan & train team members in this summer !

pls text or submit  your names in facebook Page for An mor summer. Pls submit your names before March 5th sunday.

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Talent Time 2017

SIGN UP FOR  UNLIMITED TALENT! 

Welcome to 2017 Talent Time!
Date _18th  march 2017. @ 11am -3pm.

Lisneal college, Sports hall. ( free car parking facilities available Behind the Music Technology Building . Entrance by  second main gate near summer meadows.

Talent Time will take you back to a Unique Experience of your successful Life .

just for the fun of it. Sign Up Now. To encourage and promote sports and games among KA families.

General Information

the competitions are as follows:

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KA Summer sports camp & trainings/ SELECTIONS !

Hi Members, KA is planning to organise cycling, sports activities & trainings as part of our new project ” An mor summer” .

KA is looking for Team players & Experienced Team Captions for our chess , badminton, Rounders, football & our cricket team (Kerala Tigers) . Selections & Names will be announced on Talent Time Day . Please submit your names & interested friends names before 16th March by text message or contact any BM. All members are requested to participate & support in this Healthy lifestyle sports activities on this Summer.Talent Time runs dynamic singing, dance and performance classes for adults, teenagers

Best platform for all experienced performer looking for a career in the industry !

Talent Time is an excellent platform  to explore and display ones creative, intellectual and artistic aptitude. Participation helps build confidence and interpersonal skills through collaboration and engagement while fostering a sense of belonging and togetherness within the community.

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Disclaimer

  1. To enter the Talent Time competition, participants must agree to be bound by the following rules and indicate acceptance while completing their registration.
  2. KA reserves the right to solely determine eligibility for the reasons stated herein or on any other reasonable basis.General Rules
  3. KA will host the several competitions under the “Talent Time” banner for all age groups.
  4. For all group events, the group leaders must register themselves first and provide the names of all the members of their group
  5. Registration opens Feb 1st 2017. Last date for submitting your names(Age above 16) for TT by March 1st, 2017.
  6. KA reserves the right to publish poems, essays, stories, paintings and drawings submitted in the competitions on the KA website or in KA newsletter .
  7. Participants should bring their own supplies ( water color, pencil, pen, sports uniforms, sports items etc.) required for their Talent Time. The organizers will provide the paper for written competitions, painting and pencil sketching. Participants are not allowed to use their own paper.
  8. Participants should report at least 10 minutes before the beginning of the event at the stage/venue. Participants who arrive after the conclusion of their event will not be allowed to participate and their registration for that event will be deemed cancelled and the registration fees will not be reimbursed. The participant may still participate in other events for which they have registered provided they show up on time.
    1. Participants shall not receive any communication from the organizers if they fail to report at the venue on time.
    2. KAGW reserves the rights to revise the rules at any time.
    3. Judges’ decision shall be final

    Competition Rules

    1. Competitions will be conducted based on the following categories:
      • Category A – Below P1
      • Category B – P1-P6
      • Category C – P8-P12(upto GCSE 2nd year)
      • Category D – A level / From Age16 or Above,
    2. For administrative purposes, categories are determined based on the Age/class in which the participant is currently studying. The participant’s actual age will not be considered to determine their category.
    3. Category for group events will be decided based on the Age/class of the oldest participant in the group.
    4. False representation of the category will result in disqualification of the participant/team.
    5. Participants can only participate in one category. However, participants may opt to participate in a higher category. Under no circumstances will they be allowed to participate in a lower category. A participant cannot contest in multiple categories for the same or different competitions. A participant must enroll under the same category for all the competitions they participate.
    6. The category the event is applicable to, the rules, judging criteria, time limit details are all available on the portal next to the event
    7. There are no separate competitions for male and female participants , unless it is already published.
    8. The male participant  who gets the maximum points will be declared the “Kalaprathibha” in Kids & adult categery .
    9. The female participant  who gets maximum points will be declared the “Kalathilakam”in Kids & adult categery
    10. All individual events will be counted towards Kalaprathibha and Kalathilakam awards provided the category-event had equal to or more than 5 participants.
    11. Organizers reserve the right to cancel a whole event or a specific category within the event if there are less than 3 participants for that event-category.
    12. Points are allocated for individual events as follows:
      • 1st place – 5 points
      • 2nd place – 3 points
      • 3rd place – 1 point
    13. In case of a tie in total points, the participant who got the maximum number of 1st places will be awarded the title. In case there is a tie in the number of 1st places, the number of 2nd places will be counted.
    14. If an event has less than 5 participants in a category, the points earned by the participants in that competition will not be counted for “Kalaprathibha” or “Kalathilakam”. However, they will still be awarded for their accomplishment in that event.

 

Yearly Magazine 2017

Welcome to Magazine ‘2017.
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Pls contact our Magazine editor / Mrs jency raj for any Final updates !
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History of Board of members/kerala Association.

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Register your interest to work as a Volunteer/ Board  member for  KA as per constitution*

Board  Members for Financial year 2019 ( April2019-March2020)

* Register your interest by Email/Text/contact the secretary.

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New Board  Members/ Financial year 2018 ( April2018-March2019)

 *  Elected on AGM @ Saturday, 12th May from 3PM-7PM in Lisneal College.

Kerala Association is proud to introduce the new board members for THE GIFTED YEAR 2018-‘19.

The following members will be part of the new committee:-
Mrs. Deepa Sulochana – Chairperson
Mr. Sibin Mathews – Vice Chairperson
Mrs. Suja Reji – Secretary
Mrs. Simi Rajeev- Joint Secretary
Mr. Reji John – Treasurer
Mr. Saji George – PRO
Mrs. Jisha Basil – Programme Co-ordinator
Executive Members – Mrs. Jiji Jacob & Mrs. Jolly Antony.

KAADY (KA Association of Youth) members List will be updated soon… !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Board  Members/ Financial year 2017 ( April2017-March2018)
 *  Elected on AGM @ April 29 th 2017 /Lisneal College

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact details by Email-   keralaasso@yahoo.co.uk

#കലയുടെ രാജാക്കന്മാർക്ക് സ്നേഹത്തിന്റെയും  ആഹ്ലാദത്തിന്റെയും ഒരായിരം നന്ദി ! ….. 
#കലയുടെ കിരീടാവകാശം ഇനി നിറസന്ധ്യ ടീമിന് ….!!!!  #KA Board members 2017
#Nirasandhya2017/ Special Event By KA @Lisneal college.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#The Lights of Culture 2017-18/ We thank everyone who helped and contributed to make this Multicultural Night a fabulous success! 👪 👏 🙌 🙏 💕 🧣 🧤 🦃 …….

Phone no _0044 7490 18 7730 (text/call)

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Board  Members/ Financial year 2016 ( April2016-March2017)

Oru chempaneer poove pole / BofMs 2016 .

 

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Board Members/ Financial year 2015 ( April’15-March’16)

 

 

 

 

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Board  Members/ financial year 2014 ( April’14-March’15)

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Board Members/ Financial year 2013 ( April’13-March’14)

KA Board Soorath, Joshy, Dr Aji Baby at YMCA function — with Joshy Mathew.

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Board  Members/ financial year 2012 ( April’12-March’13)

President_ Dr Thomas Kattakayam

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Board  Members/ financial year 2011 ( April’11-March’12)

President_ Dr Thomas Kattakayam

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Board  Members/ financial year 2010 ( April’10-March’11)

Board  Members/ financial year 2009 ( April’09-March’10)

Board  Members/ financial year 2008 ( April’08-March’09)

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Board  Members/ financial year 2007 ( April’07-March’08)

 

 

 

 

 

UK HMRC(Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs)  charity registration with Reg.No. – XT26306/ date of Reg 19/07/2008.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Board  Members/ financial year 2006 ( April’06-March’07)

Board  Members/ financial year 2005 ( April’05-March’06)

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Board  Members/ financial year 2004 ( April’04-March’05)

Families below were planned to celebrate onam 2004 with all kerala families in Folyle Area.  After this festival success,This Group  with Legal help of Derry city council, planned to form an association & named  as ” Kerala Association”  in Derry ~Londonderry, Northern Ireland , United Kingdom. Our constitution  committed to promoting Kerala’s rich and varied artistic, literary and cultural heritage among international community, particularly younger British Malayalees. They started a journey to register with HMRC as charity organisation.

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Register your interest as a Volunteer/ Board  members under KA/ constitution* .

Please find some Imp details about The board. more details pls contact the secretary.

The name of the organisation is:__Kerala Association

         Status

       The Kerala Association organisation (termed “organisation” from here on) is a not-for-profit community group.

     It is not politically or religiously motivated. It fully supports Section 75 equality and good relations legislation.

Membership

  1. Membership is open to all Indian Malayalee (Keralite) interested in the aims and objectives of the organisation regardless of background.
  2. The list of members will be kept updated and may be reviewed each year by the community.
  3. (a) Membership fee: The few will be £20.00 for family and £15.00 for individuals. This money is non-refundable and needs to be renewed annually.

Committee

  1. Committee – The Committee shall be responsible for the policy, management finances and activities of the organisation and for any future staff or premises, which may or may not be obtained.
  2. President – The Committee shall appoint one of its members to be the organisations President who will co-ordinate meetings.
  3. Secretary – The Committee shall appoint a Secretary who will keep, or cause to be kept, a written record (minutes) of all meetings.
  4. The committee may appoint other officers as required
  5. Committee members will not normally serve more than 1 year in a particular office.
  6. Vacancies on the committee shall be filled by Co-option.
  7. The committee will meet at least 4 times per year normally once per quarter.
  8. The Committee quorum shall consist of 5 members one of who must be either the organisation President, Treasurer or Secretary to make any decision.
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History Tour /100 Years

Name of Group: kerala Association
Project Title: Relations by History tour
Project Description: TRIP A & TRIP B /Free*  Community tour to know 100 years History.

Funded by Community relation council (CRC)
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Name of Group:                kerala Association
Project Title:                      Relations by History tour
Project Description:

BELFAST  TRIP /ONE DAY Bus TRIP / 4th Feb ‘2017 (8am-8pm)  
1)The Ulster Museum Exhibition Tour ( Remembering 1916: Your Stories) & tour of city hall
History Tour project to Exploring the stories of belfast to increase the community relations in Northern Ireland. Our projects allows to get a real feel for the history of the Belfast city , have felt transported back to the old days  & reduces the gap between the two generations .

Remembering 1916: Your Stories uses museum and community objects to interpret the events of 1916, their impact on society and their legacy.

The Remembering 1916: Your Stories exhibition forms a key part of the Ulster Museum’s 1916 centenary programme. As well as featuring a diverse range of material from their own collection, it will also draw on a selection of community objects and stories, collected through the Living Legacies First World War Engagement Centre.
1916 was the pivotal year of the war for Ireland because of events at home and abroad. The exhibition will acknowledge the importance of the Battle of the Somme and the Easter Rising as distinct events, but will also encourage visitor to make new connections and appreciate the impact of war and revolution on wider society.
The exhibition is divided into four main sections – ‘The Easter Rising’; ‘The Battle of the Somme’; ‘War and Society’; and ‘Legacy’. In addition to the range of artefacts on display, there will be audio visual displays and an interactive touch-table which traces the course of the war and includes 3D scans, short films and interviews.
Reserve your seats by Facebook Event page…..

BOOK NOW/ RESERVE SEATS

2)Donigal  tour / 24th March 2017.

Doagh famine village.
One of Ireland’s most unique & popular attractions which is visited by thousands from across the world every year. 
The tour takes you on a journey through the history of Ireland. From the famine in the 1840s up until today’s economic difficulties it tells the story of Ireland as it was, from all perspectives.
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Project Description: TRIP A & TRIP B /Free*  Community tour to know 100 years History.

Funded by Community relation council (CRC)

* A small registration fees to any extra cost.

* Date & time will be published to this page & facebook , Limited seats.

Reserve your seats by Facebook Event page…..

BOOK NOW/ RESERVE SEATS 

 

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The Lights of Culture

Hi Members & Friends, You Light up kerala Association’s Culture !
WE thank you from the bottom of my heart. By Board Members.

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Last Year La Le Realtai Highlights of Extravaganza (Part 1)

# Highlights of Extravaganza (Part 2)

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Events tickects

 

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Buy tickets NOW ! ✓ Oru chempaneer poove pole* / A Music Night by keralaasso @ Lisneal college from 4pm – 9pm ! .Let us ready ! saturday , 22nd October,2016. contact details @ John joseph (special supporting Member) & Mrs Mariya Renjeevan ( Events Co ordinator )


Best available tickects


 Screen Shot 2016-08-25 at 14.21.59✓ Oru chempaneer poove pole* / A Music Night by keralaasso @ Lisneal college from 4pm – 9pm ! .Let us ready ! saturday , 22nd October,2016. contact details @ John joseph (special supporting Member) & Mrs Mariya Renjeevan ( Events Co ordinator )

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Kerala Association Derry-Londonderry is a not-for-profit community organization that brings together and works for the socio-cultural development of the Indian Malayalee (Keralite) community residing in Londonderry city council and surrounding areas. Kerala Association Derry-Londonderry is neither politically nor religiously motivated and fully supports and promote equality and good relations as understood in Section 75 of NI Act 1998. The Association is registered as a charity organization in Northern Ireland (Reg.No. – XT26306).

Our Activities

The Kerala Association organizes various cultural events and traditional festival celebrations by conducting many activities and events which will help its members to interact with each other and with members from various local communities and will provide an ample opportunity for the members especially for the young generation to understand, develop and display their talents and skills.

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Make a donation /Support Us.

For your convenience, we offer a secure facility for online donations, using your credit card or PayPal


you like to leave a message with your donation?

Donate by  Bank transfer

OUR BANK DETAILS    –    HSBC BANK ( Derry/Londonderry Branch )

ACCOUNT NAME           –   KERALA ASSOCIATION

ACCOUNT NUMBER    –     70035025
SORT CODE                     –    403057

Other options to donate

If you prefer, donate using credit card, try Now !

For your convenience, we offer a secure facility for online donations, using your credit card or PayPal

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If you have any questions about online donation, please contact the keralaasso office.

Donation Refund Policy

A donation may be refunded if the refund request is received within 4 days of the date when the donation is submitted.

Refund requests received after this deadline will not be eligible for a refund.

Refund requests will be accepted via phone, or e-mail. All refund requests must be made by the member or the credit card holder and must include the name of the member or the credit card holder.

Refunds will be credited back to the original credit card used for payment less a £5 service and processing fee.

These above policies apply to all kerala Association donations.

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