October 19
Swiss Ambassador's Award Concert 2019 - AKMI DUO
15 October in London, 16 October in Manchester, 17 October in Cardiff
October 19
Gschwellti und Chaes
Darby Green Centre, Blackwater, GU17 0DT
October 19
Swiss Embassy, 16-18 Montagu Place, London W1H 2BQ
October 19
Sunday service with baptism
79 Endell Street, London, WC2H 9DY
October 19
Jumi: Raclette Dinner
Jumi Cheese Newington Green, 56 Newington Green, London , N16 9PX
October 19
Calligraphy Workshop
79 Endell Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H,






New Helvetic Society

The New Helvetic Society is a Swiss cultural club founded in 1916 organising a wide range of events with a Swiss connection. 

Whether you are a Swiss national or have a special interest in the social and political culture of Switzerland, the New Helvetic Society will give you a unique opportunity to meet with like-minded people. Our events are open to members and non-members alike.

Type of Functions
Apart from jazz and classical concerts, films shows, visits to art galleries and social gatherings, we provide a forum for discussing issues concerning Swiss nationals resident in the UK. We offer an opportunity for people to exchange views on social, political and cultural developments taking place in Switzerland. From time to time we invite speakers to talk about various aspects of the British way of life. 

President, Loredana Guetg-Wyatt
Vice-President, Marine Paclet
Camilla Ghislanzoni, Treasurer

Visit our website: www.newhelveticsociety.org.uk
New Helvetic Society on Facebook: www.facebook.com/NewHelveticSociety

Please write to us at:
New Helvetic Society
c/o Swiss Embassy
16 – 18 Montagu Place

Unione Ticinese

The Unione Ticinese is one of the oldest Swiss Clubs in the UK, founded in February 1874 in London.

Type of Functions / Venues
Social, cultural and educational activities, guided tours, gastronomic and musical gatherings which embrace past traditions and today's values of the Canton Ticino.

Number of Members
Over 150 members

Emilie Martinoni Hoogenboom

Visit our website: www.utl.org.uk

Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ut_london

City Swiss Club London

Founded in 1856 in London, the City Swiss Club is one of the oldest Swiss clubs with a strong foundation and interesting history. The Club has traditionally played an important role in the social activities of the Swiss community in London.

Type of Functions / Venues
Social Evenings at the St. Moritz Restaurant, 161 Wardour Street, Soho
AGM / Dinner at Mosimann’s
Bi-annual Banquet and Ball at Claridge’s
Bi-annual Thames Boat Excursion

Number of Members
The Club has approx. 200 members

Malti Lenzlinger

Visit our website: www.cityswissclub.org
Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CitySwissClub

La Causerie

La Causerie was founded in the early 1930's in London

Type of Functions / Venues
We are a French speaking group sharing convivial times that include:
· Outings
· Museum visits
· Park walks
· Restaurant meals

Meetings: mostly on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, Swiss Church in Endell Street.

Lisa Hall
020 8894 2114

Visit the Swiss Church website for more information & upcoming events: www.swisschurchlondon.org.uk/community/swiss-community-groups/

Swiss Church London

Greater London is home to about 20’000 Swiss citizens who have found a home away from home at the Swiss Church for over 250 years. Many Swiss people have spent most of their lives in London. Nowadays, young Swiss people often move here for a few years for studies, on a work placement or to gain work experience before moving on to another place.

London is an exciting place to live, but it can also be lonely and anonymous. The Swiss Church London is not only a place of worship, but also a community centre for Swiss people and friends to network, make new friends and cherish Swiss traditions. Everyone is welcome, irrespective of one’s religious affiliation.


Find out more about Swiss Community Groups that meet at the Swiss Church and other community events we are involved with on our dedicated website section:

Follow Swiss Church London on Facebook: www.facebook.com/swisschurchlondon/ and www.twitter.com/SwissChurchLond

Write to us at:
The Swiss Church in London
79 Endell Street
London WC2H 9DY

Phone: 020 7836 14 18
Email:   info@swisschurchlondon.org.uk

East Surrey Swiss Club

Founded in 1986 in Wallington

Type of Functions / Venues
Meals and entertainment
We meet mostly at the Church Hall

Number of Members
The Club has approx. 40 members

Renée Boyce, Reigate
01737 215 591

Frauenverein Swiss Church

Founded in 1924 in London.

Type of Functions / Venues
We are a group of lively, mature ladies who come together on the first Tuesday of each month for a pleasant 2-3 hour get-together in the Swiss Church to talk in our own dialects accompanied by tea, coffee and home-made cakes.

Furthermore, we arrange an outing once a year and offer our hand in friendship to anyone in need. We also support the Swiss Church and the Swiss Benevolent Society.

Number of Members
37 members

Mrs Maria Kitsis, phone 020 8202 0425 or
Mrs Helen Szlachta, phone 020 8205 1561 or
Mrs Margrit Vines, phone 020 8428 3266

Find out more on the dedicated Swiss Community page:

Southern Area Swiss Club

The club was founded in November 1978 at Farnborough, Hants.

Type of Functions / Venues
We meet about 7 times per year in Farnborough. Venue information is circulated through the programme.

Number of Members
We have 54 members both Swiss and British.

Berni Curtress, President
01276 452516

Karin Prier, Secretary
01252 872033

Visit our website: www.saswissclub.org.uk

Swiss Club Manchester

Founded in 1850 in Manchester

Type of Functions / Venues
Varied social events including summer BBQ's,Talks and National Celebrations.
AGM, Usually March/April at Prestbury Village Hall

Approx. 150 Members

President: Mr Dieter Senn 
Email the President of Manchester Swiss Club

call: 0161 948 4045
email: ftblum [at] gmail.com

Find out about upcoming events and follow the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/swissclubmanchester

Swiss Benevolent Society

Founded in 1703 in London
Charity Registration Number: 1111348

The Society's principal aim is to enhance the quality of life of fellow Swiss, old and young, from all walks of life, who are experiencing difficulties. The Society employs a welfare officer who fulfills its objectives. The Society’s income is derived from its return on investments, an annual Swiss government subsidy, donations, and legacies.

The Society needs your help too, to continue its important work with the Swiss community - find out more about making a donation or leaving a legacy for this good cause. 

Contact Details
Petra Kehr Cocks, Welfare Officer
Swiss Benevolent Society
79 Endell Street
London WC2H 9DY

Tel: +44 (0)20 7836 9119 
Fax: +44 (0)20 7379 1096
E-mail: info@swissbenevolent.org.uk

Visit our website: www.swissbenevolent.org.uk

Swiss Church Mothers' Group

We meet to promote friendship between Swiss women in a Christian environment – every 2nd Wednesday of each month.

We also organise varied visits and outings to local attractions, the details of which are published in the Swiss Church News.

Mrs Marianne Fisher-Hertig, Mrs Margrit Rahman and Mrs Erika Tan via the Swiss Church office.

Find out more on the dedicated Swiss Community page:

Swiss Club Edinburgh

Call Ruth Muheim: +44 (0)79 136 71916
Email Edinburgh Swiss Club

Visit the website: www.swissclubedinburgh.co.uk
Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/swissclubedinburgh

About Swiss Club Edinburgh

The Swiss Club Edinburgh was founded over 50 years ago. Currently the Club has approximately 45 members. The Swiss Club Edinburgh provides an opportunity to meet people, who are Swiss or have a connection to and an interest in Switzerland and live in Edinburgh, Fife, the Borders or the Central Belt of Scotland.

Within the Club we celebrate Swiss events and culture and we are always open to new ideas. It is a place where connections and friendships are made, where you can get information from people who have lived in Scotland for a couple or for many years. The Swiss Club Edinburgh holds 6 to 8 meetings per year from Fondue Evening, National Day Celebration to outings and more, which provide opportunities to meet in a casual way. A "Stammtisch" takes place every first Wednesday of the month. 

Some of the events of the Swiss Club Edinburgh are held at the Saughtonhall Community Centre in Edinburgh.

Please join us for an event, if you are interested, and get to know Swiss people living in Scotland.


President: Ruth Muheim
Vice President: Franz Muheim
Secretary: Sepp Jans
Treasurer: Alec Lamb

Committee members:
Sandra Dufing, Ursula Lamb, Sandra Wenk

Swiss Relief Society Manchester

Founded in 1880. Official Charity Number: 225297

The objective of the Swiss Relief Society Manchester is to relieve distress and poverty among Swiss citizens in the North of England and North Wales, to stay in contact and visit housebound/hospitalized Swiss, provide transport, encourage social contacts and give general advice.

26 Members

Ms Julie Baker
tel: 0161 969 1259 
email: juliesbaker66 [at] gmail.com

Follow the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/swissclubmanchester

Swiss Club Inverness

Carmen Rose, Inverness
Tel: 01463 711 098

The British Swiss Chamber of Commerce (BSCC)

Visit the official website for latest BSCC news and events in the UK and Switzerland: www.bscc.co.uk

Follow the conversation on Facebook www.facebook.com/BritishSwissChamberofCommerce/ and Twitter https://twitter.com/The_BSCC

Read more about the Young Professionals Group (YPG) upcoming events or follow on LinkedIn

BSCC UK Office
The British-Swiss Chamber of Commerce
2nd Floor, Winston House
2 Dollis Park
N3 1HF
United Kingdom
Email: info@bscc.co.uk

About the BSCC

The British-Swiss Chamber of Commerce (BSCC) was founded in 1920 and is an independent not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting its 700-plus Members and promoting business relations between Switzerland, Liechtenstein and the UK. The Chamber provides an ideal network and platform for business people to facilitate dialogue and change.

The BSCC is comprised of Corporate, SME and individual Members representing the majority of business sectors.

Represented by Geographically defined Chapters, the BSCC is active in Basel, Bern, Central Switzerland, Geneva, Liechtenstein, London, Ticino and Zurich. We have Special Interest Groups covering Public Affairs and Legal and Tax. These chapters, representatives and groups hold regular events featuring keynote speakers, workshops and study trips.

The BSCC produces various publications which are circulated free to Members, including a monthly eNewsletter and regular event updates. We also provide a business support service for commercial enquiries, as well as a trade opportunities billboard and Member-to-Member discount scheme. The numerous activities the BSCC delivers allows Members excellent targeted marketing opportunities.

The BSCC Young Professionals Group (YPG) aims to reach out to the future generation of business leaders. We are planning 3-4 events per year in various chapters dedicated to Young Professionals (the target age range is below 40 years old). 



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