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19 Mar
Belgian Visa Application Centres in the UK have now been closed
20 fév
We regret having to announce the closure - for personal reasons - of the Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Southampton.
04 fév
Vous avez besoin d’un nouveau passeport dans les mois à venir et vous souhaitez faire enregistrer vos données biométriques lors de la visite du Flying Kit à Edimbourg? La visite de représentants de l’Ambassade de Belgique avec le Flying Kit aura lieu les 25 et 26 mars 2020 au Consulat honoraire : 2 West Street, Penicuik EH26 9DL.
16 oct
Dr Lise Uytterhoeven is Senior Lecturer and Head of Learning and Teaching at London Studio Centre. In September, she was appointed to the role of Director of Dance Studies for London Contemporary Dance School at The Place, a position she will take up as from January next year.
24 sep
La faillite du tour-opérateur britannique Thomas Cook a également des répercussions sur Thomas Cook Belgique et Neckermann.
23 juil
Shortly before the 85th annual Belgian military parade on 13th July, two Belgian warships arrived via the river Thames in London. The Belgian frigate BNS Louise-Marie and the Belgian minehunter BNS Lobelia moored alongside HMS Belfast, the former British Royal Navy Town-class light cruiser, on the Thames to celebrate the Britain-Belgium defense relationship. We had the opportunity to ask the commanders of the vessels a few questions.
02 juil
Belgian footballer TESSA WULLAERT was born in Tielt in 1993. She currently plays as a striker for Manchester City and the Belgian national team. Her previous clubs include Zulte Waregem, Anderlecht, Standard Liège and VfL Wolfsburg. She moved to the UK a year ago. Last month, we met her in London where she was invited at a debate on the future of women’s football. In the interview below, Tessa talks about her football journey and determination to stand up for what she believes in.
07 juin
Mr Peter Van Acker, The Belgian ambassador to Tanzania recently discovered that the embassy was still in possession of a medal awarded to Scottish-born James Dodds by the Belgian government for participation in heroic airlift flights rescuing Belgian civilians during the Congo uprising in 1960. The embassy held no information about the pilot except for his name.