Reading reminder

Take pleasure in reading and cast away the winter blues. The Asian Readers’ Group will be meeting again soon. See the poster below for details:

ARG poster Feb 030216

Light refreshments will be available. All welcome.



Big congratulations to ALAG and all of your members. And a huge thank you from me and Cityread London for the support you have given over the last two years. Looking forward to working with you in 2014 and beyond.

Andy Ryan

Congratulations ALAG! You have done wonderfully well and I wish you many more years of promotion and encouragement of other communities.

Christie Ikeogu

We have been together for a long time and it has been a very nice experience. Best wishes and happy 30th birthday!

Anjali Das

Well done ALAG – made it to 30th and many more years to come – here’s to the next 30!

Parmodh Sharma


Happy 30th birthday ALAG – it is great that you have managed to survive and keep in touch with each other. All good wishes.

Andrea Cameron


Congratulations to ALAG – you have made marvellous progress in the past 30 years.

Gurmej Kaur


Best wishes. Many more years of ALAG.



My best wishes for all ALAG’s future endeavours – hope they turn out to be a grand success.

Rani Srinivason

My best wishes for the organisation to grow and flourish.

Yamuna Tharmendiran


A big thank you to all the organisers which made it possible for me to see so many old colleagues!

Geeta Patel


Nice to meet old friends and thanks for organising this celebration event to mark the 30th anniversary of ALAG.

Jolly Chakraborty


It’s great to meet old friends – thank you for inviting me.


Congratulations on your 30th anniversary. You have achieved good things in difficult years. I wish you well for another years. The library service needs people like you.

Liz Vickers

Tamil Reading Group reads Oliver Twist

The Tamil Reading Group meets on the last Saturday of every month at Willesden Green Library and last Saturday (28th April) as part of the London-wide Cityread programme, the group read and discussed the translated summary of Oliver Twist. Yamuna Tharmendiran founder member and facilitator said:

“When the reading was over some of the members were interested to know more about Charles Dickens and his work. I am sure the session has inspired  them to learn more about him”

This was great news as ALAG’s intention in producing these translations had been precisely this and the Tamil Reading Group’s support and participation is highly appreciated. Here are some photos of the group in action:


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