There will be a talk on Saturday 20 May at 3pm at the Model Railway Club, Keen House, 4 Calshot Street, London N1 9DA (near King’s Cross Station) on Sofia’s Trams: Past, Present and Future by Tzanko Simeonov of the Public Transport and Infrastructure Association, Bulgaria. All welcome.
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Please note some changes to times and dates Friday 24 February at 6.30pm at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute. Illustrated talk “Travels through Georgia and Armenia” by Chris and Annie Buxton. Illustrated talk “Bulgaria’s National Revival” by John Osborne, due to take place on 9 March. POSTPONED, NEW DATES AVAILABLE SOON. Friday 31 March at… Read more »
As usual we attended the British Birdwatching Fair at Rutland Water and found that our stand was particularly popular this year. By Sunday afternoon we had run out of the itineraries for several tours – a most unusual event. So we are hoping that this enthusiasm will result in lots of bookings!
The 2016 season is going well, despite spring weather conditions being rather unpredictable in Bulgaria (rather like in the UK!) The Bulgarian Mountains and Greek Wetlands tour had some enthusiastic participants who put their photographs on the B-BS Facebook page. The Spring Butterfly tour went well, with the cross-border visit to Greece offering different butterflies… Read more »
The map exhibition will now open in the Bulgarian Cultural Institute soon after the 3 March. More details soon!
Exhibition Opening at 18.00 on 3 March at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute.
We are sorry to announce that the Society’s Martenitsa event has had to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
12 October 2015 at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute, 188 Queen’s Gate, London sw7, at 6.30pm. An interview with Susan Curtis-Kojakovic, the owner and director of Istros Books Publishing House, about her Mission Balkans: publishing Balkan literature in English translation. 16 January 2016 Winter lunch at Ognisco Polskie, 55 Princes Gate (Exhibition Road) 12.30 onwards. Please… Read more »
Education Round Table Discussion on 18th October at 4.00pm at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute, Queen’s Gate, London SW7. All welcome.