AUGB has active Branches across England and Wales. They are run largely through the tireless efforts of local teams of volunteers. Our Branches organise many cultural, educational, social and charitable events, support local youth and women’s organisations, cultural groups and much more. Many work closely with local councils and organisations and provide facilities for displaced Ukrainians to stay in touch with their heritage and obtain the support they need.
Find your local AUGB Branch via the map below, and click on the relevant link to explore more about their community, the work they do and events they hold.
New members are always welcome! Visit your local Branch - enjoy traditional Ukrainian hospitality and find out how you can join and make a positive difference to the community!
All of our Branches can be contacted using our contact form.
A Branch is an organised body, with a minimum of 12 members, that has been designated a Branch by the Board of Directors.
New Branches may be formed in consultation with and the approval of the Board. In such instances, the candidate Branch will be sent the Articles of Association and Branch Rulebook to ensure that it is happy to proceed with its application, will conform to the regulations of the organisation and uphold both the objects and the reputation of the Association.
We welcome applications for the formation of new Branches and will help to ensure that the formalities are completed as quickly as possible.
Enquiries about the establishment of new Branches should be sent to email@example.com