Annual End Of Year Get Together Event
Celebrate with us
Have you washed your hands
Our primary focus is supporting people, including but not limited to, people of Nigerian heritage and their families in order to strengthen and improve their skills in their current surroundings and build confidence within the local community, Aylesbury
To help enhance the chances of the " Not In Education Employment or Training" get back to work by organising trainings, seminars and workshops
To develop good relationships with other similar groups within the wider community in order to achieve same goals quicker and more efficiently
To operate a supportive and sustainable social enterprise
To improve skills and build confidence within the community
To promote awareness of Nigerian Culture
2020 On-going Projects
Foodshare Project - Help Feed Those In Need
In Collaboration with Tesco, Waitrose, ASDA, Greggs, Lidl, Aldi and McDonald's
Computer Skills Enhancement
This work has been supported by funding from European Social Fund
NCAA SENIOR MEETUP
This work has been supported by funding from National Lottery Community Fund
Spare Some Books Projects
Pleased to annouce that the Spare Some Books campaign led by Dayo Olowosale, founder and one of our Directors and our Steering Group has been a huge success!
In October 2018, over 300 writing materials was donated to Doyisem Primary School in Nigeria. Likewise, in August 2017, over 350 books donated by residents in Aylesbury and Milton Keynes was delivered to the Sheyn School in Nigeria who contacted our group via our website.
We have been bowled over by the donations.
We couldn't be happier to help!
Nigerian Community Association Aylesbury is a Sport Loving Organization as we believe, been sport active has so many advantages : Engaging the youths in physical activities, Medical Advantages, improving Psychomotor domain of the children and also enhances more confidence in the children
At Annual End of year Party 2018
Wazobia Project will focus on the community, educating them on on Cultural tradition Cultural tradition in Nigeria compared with UK. As Nigerians living in the UK, our heritage is Nigeria Heritage Hence, reason why our children must not forget their Heritage. As part of UK diverse Heritage, it is ideal for others in the UK to know and understand Our Cultural traditions, Ethnic Groups, Histories of Nigerian stories of Nigerian Cultural Cultural behaviour and integration to the UK system.
We are Dementia Friendly
Nigerian Community Association Aylesbury hosted Dementia Friends Awareness session with the National Association of Nigerian Communities UK (NANC UK) Central Executive Committee on Saturday 25th of February 2017 at the Aylesbury Vale Multicultural Centre Aylesbury.
The Session was facilitated by Marion Child - A Dementia Friends Champion with Alzheimer's Society.