Currently close to 40 000 Serbs live in the United Kingdom. Most Serbs settled in London after W.W. II. In more recent times, the wars in the former Yugoslavia (1992-1999) also influenced migrations of Serbs to the UK. The Serbian Embassy is located at: 28 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QB.
The Serbian Embassy in London
Serbian City Club is a platform for Serbian people trying to start or advance their career in London. The Club organizes many networking events and presentations. Serbs coming to London or living in London, including students, can get an information about job related issues.
Serbian City Club
Saint Sava Church / Црква светог Саве у Лондону
The Saint Sava Church in London was built in 1903. It is a Serbian Orthodox church. On the walls of the church are the paintings of St. Sava and St. Simeon, who are the two Serbian saints.It was originally an Anglican Church dedicated to Saint Columba. It was consecrated as an Orthodox Church in 1952. Many different events take place in this church, such as for example teaching about Serbian culture, religion, folk sessions, or Serbian language. The church is located at: 89 Lancaster Road, W11 1QQ
Serbian Society in London
The Serbian Society in London is a non-political society that came into existence in 1995, it serves as a meeting point for Serbians living or residing in London. The goals of the society are to promote mutual understanding, education, and fight against poverty.The Serbian Society, in association with Hammersmith and Fulham Libraries has opened its first Serbian Library at 598 Fulham Road, London SW6 5NX. Membership is open to all nationwide.
Girls dressed in traditional Serbian folk-dance costumes
British Serbian Chamber of Commerce
The British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce was established in order to facilitate the trade between the two countries. The activities of the Chamber of Commerce include meetings of members, seminars, networking, a trade missions to Serbia or cooperation with similar trade organisations.