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The London CCC was founded in 1980 and was the first Chinese Community Centre in the United Kingdom. The Centre’s mission is to preserve and promote Chinese culture, arts and identity, whilst helping the community to better integrate into mainstream UK community. The Centre is one of the busiest centres for Chinese culture and its communities in Europe and has attracted several Royal visits. Our team of well-trained staff, dedicated volunteers and professional management committee members provide wide-ranging support and activities. These range from welfare and benefits support and advice to language classes, cultural and recreational activities, elderly support, a healthy eating luncheon club, youth club and fundraising events. The Centre continually strives to meet the changing and growing demand for services and activities within this evolving community in a climate of reduced government funding. We are always looking for ways to build on this and be better at what we do.
We are facing severe cuts to our funding and donations due to the current economic climate and would therefore welcome any donations which can be done when visiting the centre or via our donation page
The Chinese Community Challenge Cup 2017 (SOUTH)
This year we plan to host a tournament in Manchester as well as London with the Semi-Finalists of both Cup competitions planned to play each other for the Chinese Community Challenge Super Cup (to be confirmed).
We will also be moving the venue as Wembley Powerleague is still currently being renovated with no clear date when this will be finished – sorry folks!
Money Raised from this event will go towards the London Chinese Community Centre Youth Club and the Frank Soo Foundation.
£80 entry per team.
5 a side tournament.
Max 8 players per squad.
We must stress: THERE IS NO LIMIT TO NATIONALITY/RACE/CREED.
Unlike other tournaments, we do not believe in barriers to playing football.
Will be played on 4G Astro Turf.
Format: Currently 24 teams in 6 groups of 4. These then split into Cup, Saucer and Ladle Competitions.
There will be a Golden Boot Award and the Frank Soo Player of the Tournament!!!
Centre Closed Sunday 25th June
The Chinese Community Centre will be closed this Sunday 25th June 2017 as we will be at the London Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival. If you wish to attend please see the website for more details. The Chinese Community Centre will reopen on the 26th June as usual.
Second Members Party 2017
Dragon Boat – We Need Paddlers!
Dragon boat paddlers wanted!
The news we have all been waiting for, the CCC Turtles are kicking off the season with the first training session on the 25th May at 6.45pm London Regatta. Come along and experience paddling with the 2 times Lions charity cup winners. If you are interested please email email@example.com directly for any questions etc.
Starts 25th May 6.45pm (1 Training Session per week)
London Regatta Centre
1012 Dockside Road, E16 2QD
First session free
£30 3 months membership
Contact Mai li Pang: Mai.firstname.lastname@example.org
For updates see our facebook page
Training provided by Typhoon Dragon Boat Club
Hong Kong Designers Fashion Showcase
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, we are pleased to showcase Hong Kong’s creativity, vibrancy and unique culture in a catwalk parade by up-and-coming Hong Kong fashion designers as presented by Fashion Farm Foundation. The designers come from Daydream Nation, INJURY, KENAXLEUNG, ZO-EE and Jaycow. Some of them recently completed successful shows in New York, Shanghai and Paris, and this will be the first of many in London.
The show will be attended by a cosmopolitan mix of London‘s business and fashion leadersand will feature specially created designs and outfits. Some of the designers will attend the event and give a question and answer session.
Five of the items shown will be auctioned after the show. The highest bidders will be able to have the design (where applicable) made up later to their own specifications.
Tickets are £120 each or £200 each for a catwalk table.
Tables are available at £1,200 for 10 or £2,000 for a catwalk table. Entertainment will be provided, including a raffle of wonderful prizes.
There are also valuable opportunities for sponsorship and promotional activities.
All proceeds of the evening will be donated to Chinese Community Centre.
Organisers: Hong Kong Executives Club & the Chinese Community Centre
Supporting organisation: The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London
Tickets and information: Info@ccc.org.uk or phone 02074393822