The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain is the largest representative body for Ukrainians and those of Ukrainian descent in Great Britain.
Our London branch was bought from donations from the Ukrainian community in the 1970's and is run by volunteers.
We receive no governmental funding and depend entirely on income generated from events and donations from the Ukrainian community.




News via our facebook page.



Hire out our hall, basement bar or kitchen with 5 star hygiene rating.

Contact london@augb.co.uk for more details.


The Association Ukrainian Women (OUZ)

Founded in 1948 in Great Britain and is an autonomous section of the Association of Ukrainians in G.B. and actively works within the Ukrainian community and its local branches.
OUZ supports cultural, educational, humanitarian and social programmes. The association upholds the principles of political and religious tolerance, and universal human rights.
OUZ raises money to help the suffering and needy children in Ukraine, especially victims of the Chornobyl disaster.



Svitanok are a Ukrainian ensemble based in London.
Our members and choreographers have come from across the UK and bring with them a unique style reflecting the true diversity and soul of Ukrainian culture.
Our dance routines combine traditionally colourful and energetic Ukrainian folk routines with fresh ideas and modern chorography.
The beautiful sounds of Svitanok’s singers feature both vibrant folk classics and modern hits.

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Contact london@augb.co.uk for more details.



The Ukrainian Social Club in London 'Karpaty' welcomes all Ukrainians and friends of Ukraine!


Events via our facebook page.


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St.Mary’s Ukrainian School, London is a Supplementary Community Saturday School, and is run under the auspices of the London Branch of the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain.
The school promotes Ukrainian language and cultural awareness and welcomes children of Ukrainian descent born in the UK, Ukraine or elsewhere. It is one of the largest Ukrainian community schools in the UK, with an annual average of up to 100 registered children and up to 15 volunteer teachers and assistants. There is also a very active Parents Association, which holds regular fund raising activities to support the school.

It offers a unique opportunity for children of Ukrainian heritage to:
Learn the Ukrainian language Learn about their Ukrainian heritage and roots through history, geography and literature. Socialise with other Ukrainians of their own age in a safe environment Grow in confidence through performance of Ukrainians songs, poetry and dance at regular cultural events

School Hours
The School is open every Saturday during school term times from 10am to 1.30pm and caters for nursery (age 4) and pre-school classes through to Class 10 (age 16). The School has its own classrooms within the AUGB London premises at 154 Holland Park Avenue, London, W11 4UH. Please be advised there is a waiting list for early years classes.

Telephone: 075 3194 2238

More information at stmarysukrschool.co.uk




Opening hours:
Friday : 6pm – 11pm
Saturday : 12 noon– 11pm
Sunday : 12 noon -10pm

By tube
The nearest tube station is Holland Park or Shepherds Bush on the Central Line.
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By bus
31 (towards Camden Town / White city),
94 (towards Acton Green / Piccadilly Circus),
148 (towards Camberwell Green / White City),
228 (towards Central Middlesex Hospital / Maida Hill),
295 (towards Clapham Junction / Ladbroke Grove),
316 (towards Cricklewood / White City).
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Join AUGB London

We welcome new prospective members to our London branch of AUGB.

Please join us if you think you are eligible!

Who can join?

– Persons of Ukrainian origin or their spouses
– Over 18 years of age
– Legally resident in the United Kingdom
– Who uphold the Ukrainian culture and heritage

Benefits of membership include:

– Access to the members only bar area
– Discounted rates on hall hire
– Discounted rates on Ukrainian school fees
– Being kept updated about upcoming social and cultural events
– Have the right to vote, elect or be elected at the Annual General Meeting of the London branch  and having your say about what we do at the community centre

Costs of membership are:

– Adults – £12 per year
– OAPs and members of OUZ – £6 per year
– Students – £1 per year

How do I join?

Download and complete the application form. If you already know members of the London branch, please get two of them to guarantee your application by co-signing your application form.

– If you do not know any other members   please get in touch with the Branch Committee by email: london@augb.co.uk

– Send all application forms to : Membership, Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain, 154 Holland Park Avenue, London W11 4UH

– Please do not send any payment. We will ask for this once your application is processed.

We look forward to hearing from you as we hope to make London the strongest Ukrainian community in the UK!

Click here to download AUGB membership application form




Postal Address

The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain
(AUGB) London Branch
154 Holland Park Avenue
W11 4UH

Tel: 020 7603 9482
Mob: 07936 655074