4th April 2013

The Organising Committee Dance Dance Dance 2013
c/o A Koshti Esq MBE

Dear Mr Koshti

Dance Dance Dance 2013

I would like to express my thanks on behalf of the Plymouth and Cornwall Cancer
Fund for your support in donating the proceeds of this year’s Dance, Dance, Dance
event. Unfortunately I was not able to attend, but I understand it was a great success
and enjoyed by everyone.

The sum of £665 raised will be invaluable in supporting this local charity which
supports local people affected by cancer and the establishments that provide
treatment and care. We do this through hardship grants, funding research projects
and staff education, supporting complimentary staffing posts. I can only thank you
again, and wish you well in any future events.

Kind regards

Sara Aspley

Diwali Eid Celebrations 2015

South Asian Society welcomes you all to enjoy its annual Diwali-Eid event

Venue: Elm community centre

Date: Saturday 10th of October 2015 from 6pm-11pm.

There will be variety of Music, Dance and delicious Asian cuisine. All the members and non-members are welcome to participate in evening cultural events. Please contact Dr Sree Vidya Aroori – Secretary of the society for participating in cultural events. Tickets for the events will be on sale soon and will be notified through email and web.


Our Motto is “Unity in Diversity” which we achieve by Uniting Cultural Diversity in the area of benefit – Devon, Cornwall and the Surrounding Areas.

The South Asian Society was founded in the year 2003 and registered as a Charity on 18th August 2005.

The main aim of the society is to create a cultural, social and mutual support network not only for Devon and Cornwall’s increasingly large South Asian community, but also for everyone interested in the culture of the countries in the South Asian region.

South Asian Society has a wide membership base of people who are drawn from countries in South Asia which include India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Bhutan. It also welcomes other people from the area of benefit who are interested in the South Asian culture.

Any organisation interested in furthering the work of the Society will be admitted as an Associate Member as per the Constitution.

We regularly conduct multicultural events and activities to celebrate festivals and to teach our younger generation a little bit about their origin’s cultural flavour, and at the same time, provide the opportunity for people of other cultural backgrounds to taste the South Asian ambience.

Our website will feature updates and information about our latest activities, forthcoming events and items of interest.