Kiwis in London

New Zealanders in London

Are you a kiwi in London or someone looking to experience New Zealand culture in the United kingdom?...If so this page is designed to direct to the little bits of New Zealand in London.

 

Estimated New Zealand population in London: 30,000

Main areas: Fulham, Acton, Shepherds Bush, Clapham, Battersea

EmbassyNew Zealand House, 80 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4TQ, Ph: 0207 9308422

Famous/Inspirational  London Stranger: Dame Kiri Te Kawana (Opera singer), Flight of the Conchords (never London but their efforts in New York make them an inspiration for London Kiwis making home in a similar city)

New Zealand Community in London: London is a home away from home for many Kiwi's and this is certainly highlighted on Rugby days where All Black Tops are seen everywhere. The highlight of the year is always the Central Line Pub Crawl to celebrate Waitangi Day as New Zealanders take over London. New Zealander's in London who need help, are home sick or who want to meet up with other kiwi's in London should head to the kiwi's in London Facebook page (scroll down below for link) as this is a true online community that works well and can really assist people in need. 

Kiwi's in London Facebook page: Every Kiwi in London and those people who love all things New Zealand should become a fan of this page to keep in touch with events, solve problems, make new friends and be aware of other activities going on in the capital. London Stranger highly recommends this page so click on the blue link provided and become a fan.  

 

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New Zealand Bars New Zealand Bars and Restaurants in London

 Alexandra (Clapham Common) The Alex whilst being predominately a Irish bar is very popular among the southern hemisphere community and regular shows rugby with a strong All Black following watching there. 

New Zealand Coffee Shops New Zealand Coffee Shops

 Flat White (Soho) Aussie/Kiwi cafe that serves outstanding coffee.

 Milk Bar (Soho) Sister to Flat White and has similar reputation for serving outstanding coffee.

 Lantana (Fitzrovia) Very popular Antipodean cafe famous for the quality food and coffee they serve.

 Salvation Jane (Shoreditch) Sister to Lantana and also very popular for the same reasons, great food and amazing coffee.

 

 New Zealand Services in London

 NZ News UK: Online news service for Kiwi's in London.

 New Zealand Times: Weekly newspaper for New Zealanders in London.

 Arrive Homes: Helps mainly New Zealand, Australian and Canadian expats settle in London by providing friendly, clean, shared households with other like minded professionals. Excellent value for money accommodation with own room, all bills included and close to train stations.

 Air New Zealand: If you are a Kiwi looking to head home or someone wanting to experience the beauty of New Zealand than fly Air New Zealand. If you are not sold how good and safe they are as an airline than check out this awesome promo video.

 New Zealand Friendly Recruitment Agencies in London

 Smart Teachers: is a boutique teaching agency in Covent Garden helping New Zealand teachers and TAs find work in London. Sign up for free CPD training and a generous referral scheme of £100 per teacher referred; refer 5 and we could be flying you to New York. If you’re a professional teacher with a sense of fun, join Smart before you miss out!

 Vibe Teaching: The biggest 'little' teaching agency in London! Ask around … we just love making people happy! We place Teachers and TA's in Early Years, Primary, Secondary and SEN for Supply, Part-time and Full-time positions … and only in schools where we've taught ourselves! If you're after friendly service, a great job and excellent pay, drop us a line on 02031782000 or at  info@vibeteaching.co.ukor join the gang on facebook. 

 New Zealand Community Groups/Associations in London

 Kiwi's in London Facebook pageEvery Kiwi in London and those people who love all things New Zealand should become a fan of this page to keep in touch with events, solve problems, make new friends and be aware of other activities going on in the capital. London Stranger highly recommends this page so click on the blue link provided and become a fan.  

 NZ SocietyA society that runs events to help promote the interests of New Zealand in the United Kingdom.

 New Zealand Women's Association: Women's social networking club with a history over 80 years old. Great way to make new friends.

 KEA New ZealandGlobal Talent network and social vlub that keeps you informed and gives you access to a range of events and other opportunities.

 New Zealand Business Women's Network: Business networking group for women in the UK, excellent way to develop contacts that can help grow your business and create opportunities.

 New Zealand Sport in London 

 Rugby Union/League/Touch

London New Zealand Rugby Club: Your chance to represent your country in London or follow a team each week, with the London New Zealand Rugby Club based in Acton and with over 85 years of history!!

London Touch Rugby: Touch Rugby competition based in West London that runs both a mixed and mens competition to help you avoid the Heathrow injection.

 Netball

Action Netball: Value for money and friendly mixed and womens netball league, run by netballers for netballers. Ideal for both individuals or teams looking for a game.

 

Other Sports playing information: Go to our Playing Sport in London page. 

 

 

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