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TCB UK North – August Bank Holiday Lingar Details

TCB UK North Association Annual Family Picnic Apologies, we have had to change the PayPal links due to a small technical problem.  Therefore, all those who have not already purchased tickets, please use the new below links. TCB UK North Association is proud to host this year’s 3rd summer picnic (Lingar). It gives us tremendous


Lhabab Duchen or Tushita day at Jamyang Buddhist Centre

Jamyang Buddhist Centre 43 Renfrew Rd, Lambeth, London

TCB urges Tibetans to observe this pious day and attend  an evening prayer session led by Ven Geshe Tenzin Namdak on this the last of the four big holy days in the traditional Tibetan lunar year. On this day we celebrate the Buddha’s ascent to Tushita to teach the goddess who was the rebirth of Maya,


Human Rights Day

December 10th  marks the International Human Rights Day. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the UN General Assembly on December 10th 1948, was the result of the experience of the second world war. It is considered a milestone document in the history of human rights. On the day, Tibetans Uyghurs, Chinese, Mongolians and


Dalai Lama’s Nobel Peace Prize Celebration

Aubert Court Community Centre Avenell Rd, London

Joyous occasion to celebrate 30th year since His Holiness the Dalai Lama was decorated with Noble Peace Prize in recognition of his nonviolent campaign to end China's brutal treatment of Tibetans and Tibet’s ecology. Tibetan Community in Britain welcome you all to join us thanking His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s for his continuous effort to


TCB 2020 Gala Night – fundraising Event

St. Anne’s Church Hall Underwood Road, London

Come along to enjoy and support the cause! This event is to observe the end of year 2019 and to welcome year 2020. The event is to support the vital works of Tibetan Community in Britain to highlight the dire situation of our country under China, to preserve our culture, identity and language and to


Morning prayer session of Choe-Kyong Losar

Jamyang Buddhist Centre 43 Renfrew Rd, Lambeth, London

All the Tibetans are invited to the morning prayer session of Choe-Kyong Losar which is the first of day of Tibetan New Year to Jamyang Buddhist Centre. it will be Monday 24 February 2020 from 08:00- 11:30. There will prayers, offerings to alter and Sangsol and hoisting of Lungdar. There will also be chemar- Changphu


Losar or Tibetan New Year 2020

Sir James Hawkey Hall Broomhill Rd, Woodford, Woodford Green

The actual first day of Tibetan New Year fall on 24thFebruary 2020. Losar is the most celebrated Tibetan festival. Tibetan calendar is 127 year before Georgian calendar so it will be Tibetan year of 2146. The element will be iron and animal will be rat and gender will be male for Tibetan Year 2146 .


10th March Anniversary of Tibetan National Uprising Day

Note: - Please book the day off 61stTibetan National Uprising day against the forced occupation of Tibet by the communist China. Student for a Free Tibet, Free Tibet, Tibet Society and Tibetan Community in Britain will organise a march and commemoration event jointly.  Details to come..  

TCB Lingkha – cancelled due to COVID-19 lockdown

Hill End Centre Hill End Centre, Oxford

Tibetan community in Britain in association with TCB Bristol chapter have managed to find a fabulous picnic venue for 2020. The picnic will be held in May bank holiday from 23- 26 May 2020.  Please visit for the site's panoramic view. Please book your days in advance for this joyous event of songs, Gorshey, sports


Talk – By a Leading Tibetan Historian and Author

We are delighted to inform you about a talk that we have arranged for the Tibetan community. Geshe Beri Jigme Wangyal la is a leading Tibetan historian and author of over 31 books, who is a Senior Research Fellow and Head of the Centre for Tibetan Literature at the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies