A clever country and a global city - we build the links

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Wales in London – your link with Wales and its issues

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A clever country and a global city - we build the links

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Wales in London – your link with Wales and its issues

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A clever country and a global city - we build the links

learn more

Wales in London – your link with Wales and its issues

learn more

A clever country and a global city - we build the links

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Membership

We have 4 membership levels:
  • Member (Free)
  • Patron - Bronze (£100)
  • Patron - Silver (£175)
  • Patron - Gold (£250)

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Our Sponsors

Your support is both necessary and appreciated. For more information on corporate sponsorship either for Wales in London or for specific events contact walesinlondon@gmail.com
Wales in London provides a link to Wales and allows you to be involved with issues important to Wales.  We are the forum in London where you can contribute to the national discussion on social, economic, sporting, creative and business issues

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Wales in London Philanthropic Fund

Educating & Young People from Clwyd, Dyfed, Gwent, Gwynedd, Mid Glamorgan, Powys, South Glamorgan, West Glamorgan

The Wales in London Philanthropic Fund has been created in the spirit of the core purpose of the Wales in London organisation, which is to provide a bridge between Wales and London - and indeed further afield. It supports enterprising students and people at the beginning of their careers to achieve their ambitions. For example it will support costs associated with being a student, scholarships, business bursaries, work experience/career development

Beritha Buchanan, recipient of the Wales in London Philanthropic fund 2018.

Beritha is currently a student at Sheffield Hallam University and is studying a postgraduate qualification to become a Physician Associate. The physician associate course is an intense medical programme which is academically challenging, and requires students to undertake more than 1,600 hours of clinical training which will take place in hospitals, medical centres and the community.
Since the loss of her father to cancer at the age of fifteen Beritha has had a strong desire for her work to have a positive impact on the lives of others. Since leaving university she has carefully considered her career aspirations and ambitions and concluded that a career as a physician associate will provide her with the life-long personal and intellectual challenges that she is seeking, It will allow her to use her analytical, scientific and communication skills in a caring capacity.

Wales in London Speakers

We aim to bring to our events the most senior speakers

  •  His Excellency, Adrian O’Neill, Ambassador of Ireland to the United Kingdom
  • Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Chairman of Cancer Research UK
  • Ambassador Carlos Sersale di Cerisano, Argentina Ambassador to UK, May 2017
  • Carwyn Jones, First Minister of Wales April 2017
  • Doug McWilliams, founder and President of the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr), in November 2016
  • Giles Thorley, CEO and Mike Owen, Group Investment Director at Finance Wales in October 2016
  • Mr Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol in June 2016
  • Dr Norbett Rottgen, member of Germany’s Christian Democratic Union, the Chairman of the Bundestag’s Committee on Foreign Affairs in May 2016