Folkestone Nepalese Community Centre (FNCC) was formally opened on the 7th of October 2021. It is run by Folkestone Nepalese Community (FNC) in partnership with Kent Coast Volunteering (KCV).

Kent online news coverage of the formal opening of the FNCC.

The objectives of the Folkestone Nepalese Community Centre are:

  1. FNCC will work towards combating loneliness by promoting wellbeing through education, training, and recreational activities.
  2. FNCC will provide the activities that are educational and help in enhancement of the skills of the FNC members and other community.
  3. FNCC will help build strong relationships in and across communities by preserving our original diverse Nepalese culture, tradition, ethos, and community identity.

The major projects running at the Centre are:

  • FNC digital champion programme
  • FNC showcasing on originality of diverse Nepalese culture and tradition
  • FNC talks on health, culture and wellbeing 
  • FNC Volunteering on Hypertension Heors and Research Champions 

For the current activities running at the centre, please click here.

Also, to raise the fund we have a space to hire for meeting, digital class and community social programme.