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Pasa Puchah guthi UK

Annual Picnic 2015

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Pasa Puchah Guthi UK (PPGUK) held their annual picnic at Bournemouth Beach on
Sunday 2nd August 2015. This was the first time in PPGUK history, the Guthi held their
picnic outside of London.

A coach was hired to pick up guests from various locations in West London. During the
journey, sandwiches, banana and juice were served on the coach as breakfast and guests
also actively participated in fun filled games such as Bingo and Antakshari.

Upon arrival at the beach, lunch was served whereby guests enjoyed a traditional sit-
down Newah Bhwoye on lapte, with dishes including Baji, Aloo Achar, Aloo Chwon,
Bhuti and Chhoyela. Additionally, Guthi supporters Tara Gurung and Shanta Gurung also
contributed the entire group with Sel Roti.

The fun was carried down the sea front where all enjoyed a variety of beach sports and
activities. A raffle was also drawn in which prizes included a luxury beauty treatment
with a bath and shower gift set; belly dancing experience for two and a 40 inch TV which
was sponsored by singer Yogeshwar Amatya.

As the end of the day approached, all guests reluctantly began leaving the beach and
making their way back to the coach. However, the day at the beach might have been over
but the fun did not stop. On the coach, guests enthusiastically engaged in a Quiz which
consisted of questions about London, Nepal, Newah Culture and General Knowledge.

The winner of the quiz was awarded a prize for Paintballing for ten, including lunch.
This year's Annual Picnic has without a doubt been a huge success. The idea to host the
event on a beach was highly applauded by all guests who emphasised how much they
enjoyed themselves.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 August 2015 16:35
 

Annual General Meeting 2015

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Pasa Puchah Guthi UK (PPGUK) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Sunday 12th
July, at ABI College, Acton. The meeting was attended by PPGUK founding member Shashi
Manandhar, past President Dr. Sachetan Tuladhar and general members of the Guthi.
Current President, Mr. Kapil Shrestha welcomed everybody and thanked every member of
his team for their hard work and support for the successful completion of activities
within the past year. He also stressed the importance of achieving a charity status for
PPGUK and how this would raise the profile of PPGUK during their Nepal Earthquake Relief work.
The AGM consisted of a presentation by Ms. Tribeni Gurung and Ms. Bebina Mali on firstly
the activities which have taken place up to date such as meeting with past and present
Executive Committee Members, Mha Puja 2104, and Guthi Seminar 2015 and secondly the
income and expenses of each activity.

Mr. Ojesh Singh presented the relief effort PPGUK have been involved with since the 7.9
magnitude earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday 25th April 2015. In summary, PPGUK have
now collected £12500 in cash and over 500kg of items such as clothes, food and
medication. Mr. Singh also stated it was necessary for PPGUK as well as the Nepali
communities to investigate and identify a sustainable model for the redevelopment of Nepal
in the long term.

Guthi member, Mrs. Ganga Kachipati expressed her sadness of the earthquake in Nepal
and shared her stories and experiences of collecting donations, medical supplies, food and
toiletries from Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust.

Additionally, the meeting also comprised of a short speech by Ms. Sophie Long, a recent
graduate from Brunel University, who is looking to fundraise for victims of Nepal’s
earthquake for two organisations: Prisoners Assistance and Kamala Foundation. Ms. Long
stated she was looking for fundraising ideas and ways the Nepali community could help her.

In regards to any other business, Ms. Gurung stated that a Joint Secretary position was
available within the Executive Committee and a proposal to bring in a new member had
been supported by the current Executive Committee. It was decided that Ms. Preetie
Kachipati would take up the responsibilities of the Joint Secretary position; Ms. Kachipati
has been an active member within the Guthi from a very young age and has committed to the
Guthi’s activities and values.

Within the meeting, guests were also served traditional Newah bhoye such as baji, alu-
chhwonye and chhoyela.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 16:08
 


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