BACSA holds two meetings a year, an Annual General Meeting in the Spring, and a General Meeting in the Autumn. Members are encouraged to attend these enjoyable occasions, which conclude with a curry lunch and a chance to spend more time with old and new friends. The meetings feature reports on the Association’s activities, and the progress of our work overseas. There is usually an illustrated talk on a subject related to South Asia at the Autumn meeting, and stalls selling related books and bric-a-brac are another attraction. The meetings are held at the Union Jack Club in Sandell Street, London, close to Waterloo Station.

This year’s AGM took place on 15 April, but in the current circumstances was held via Zoom. Our last meeting also used Zoom, which had the added advantage of allowing members overseas and otherwise distant from London to participate. The Autumn meeting is scheduled for 21 October, and it is hoped it will take place at the Union Jack Club. If possible, a video conferencing facility will also be introduced to capitalise on the advantages which Zoom meetings have provided for those not able to attend in person.

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General Meeting

Union Jack ClubSandell Street, Waterloo, London

This may be held via Zoom if pandemic restrictions still apply. Details to follow. Please check back soon to book...