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Reading Ex-British Gurkha Association

The REBGA was founded in October 2006, and has members of all retired British Gurkhas who reside in and around Reading area. This is an independent, non political and non profitable organisation, which comprises of all members from different Gurkha background organisation, such as GAESO, BGWS, UBGEA, NESA and Forgotten Gurkhas. We are here to help all its members regardless of their backgrounds, castes and tribes.

The main objective of the organisation is to promote goodwill and co-operation amongst the Ex Gurkha living in Reading, provide welfare and financial support to the members and its dependants as necessary. It also endeavours to preserve and maintain our culture and tradition, foster good relationship between all Nepalese communities and the British people and its communities.

Our motto is to bring unity and harmony between all Ex-Gurkhas and their family that are living in Reading Berkshire and its surrounding areas. Currently there are over 600 households Gurkhas and their families residing in Reading and we are presuming that more families would be arriving in the future.

Please visit our website to contact us via the Online Form.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mr Mahendra
Contact Position
Chairperson
Website
https://www.rebga.org/

Where to go

Name
Watlington House
Address
44
Watlington Street
Reading
Postcode
RG1 4RJ

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