News Category: Centre News

In 1955 the LIC opened its doors to meet the needs of newly arrived Irish emigrants. Initially providing accommodation and welfare advice, the LIC quickly became an important social and cultural venue. Today it is a vital resource for the Irish and local communities in London providing Care, Culture and Community.

Nov 29th 2022

A Helping Hand at Christmas

Please support our Irish Christmas Appeal

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Oct 24th 2022

Our collaboration with Katie Mullally is now available!

Shop the London Irish Claddagh Ring, in support of LIC.

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Aug 23rd 2022

Choral Leader Callout Autumn 2022

We're looking for a Choral Leader to help launch and lead our new project, London Irish Community Voices.

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Jul 25th 2022

Survivor Service Launch

This week, we officially launch our survivor support liaison and information service.

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Jun 30th 2022

Venue Hire Summer Sale

Get 30% off dry hires in our flash summer sale!

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Jun 23rd 2022

Freedom of the City of London

Welcome to the Irish Heart of London

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Latest News May 20th 2022

London Irish Centre Announces New CEO

We are delighted to announce Séamus MacCormaic as our new Chief Executive Officer, with a start date of June 15th.

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Apr 13th 2022

LIC x London Met collaboration on Irish Nurses Project

The LIC is excited to partner with London Metropolitan University on a new project highlighting the overlooked stories of Irish women who were recruited and trained by the NHS during the 1950s-60s.

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Centre News Jan 21st 2022

Beat the January Blues with The London Irish Centre

The month of January can be a difficult time for many for a multitude of reasons, especially after the end to the rush of the festive season and the weather growing colder.

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Centre News Dec 7th 2021

High Court Employment & Support Allowance Challenge

This week the High Court is hearing challenges brought by two Employment & Support Allowance (ESA) claimants against the government's decision to uplift Universal Credit (UC) during the Covid-19 pandemic but not to do so in respect of 'legacy benefits'.

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