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Tool kit for getting started in London

Following are a few resources that you might find useful as you navigate your move to London and to help you with settling in to London life. 

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Crosscare Irish Diaspora Support Project offers support to Irish citizens at all stages of their migration.
The provide support for Irish people leaving Ireland and also those interested in returning to Ireland.

The Irish Embassy works to promote Irish interests in Britain: it also provides a range of key consular services to Irish citizens.

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Immigrant Counselling & Pschychotherapy

Icap is the only specialist British-based counselling and psychotherapy service supporting people from the Irish community facing a range of emotional issues, including depression, anxiety and stress. 

'The London Irish Centre promotes both Irish culture and care, helping the vulnerable in the local community that relies on them now more than ever.'

Dermot O’Leary (Patron)

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For a full list of  'What's On' in Irish London, we recommend that you subscribe to the legendary 

Willie Moone's 'Willie Leaks' monthly newsletters.

On this site, you can find a directory of Irish in London networks, community groups, cultural organisations, support services, and much more.  Click here to check out the directory. 

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Here in London, you will find Irish traditional music lessons and sessions, Irish dance classes, Irish language classes, Irish cultural organisations such as the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith, loads of gigs, and much more. 

Irish culture is a vibrant part of Irish life in London and a great way to meet people. Click here for further information. 

Getting involved in sports is a great way to build connections and stay fit in London.  There is a huge GAA scene here as well as rugby and soccer.

Click here for more information

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