London Estonian Society (LES) was founded on the 7th of July 1921 at the representative office of the newly formed Republic of Estonia. Up until 1947 LES was the only sociable organisation for Estonians in the United Kingdom. The Society aimed to connect all Estonians residing in the UK, but also to connect with Estonians all over the world. Even after the creation of the Association of Estonians in Great Britain, LES as the oldest Estonian expat society aimed to connect Estonians in London and those who don't have Estonian societies nearby but wish to be part of Estonian groups in the UK. Read more...


To celebrate 106 years of Estonian Republic, we invited the Estonian community in London to a church concert in St Anne Lutherian Church
PERFORMERS: London Estonian Choir, children of Estonian School, Annaliisa Asveit, and Laura Pähkel with the flute. We offered potato salad with sprat sandwiches for lunch with honey cake.


All kids over the age of 8 years are welcome!  Read more here...

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