♦ To all events and activities
organized and held by Casunik, we, the organizer will not be held liable
nor will we be held resposible for any loss or damages for personal
belongings or personal injury during any events held by us. Therefore,
we ask each of our member, friend and guest to be responsible for your
own personal belongings, the safety of your child(ren), yourself and
♦ It is inappropriate for any individuals
including Casunik members and friends alike to trade or commercially
exchange goods during religious ceremonies at any religious temples
organized by us. Therefore we urge all our members and friends to act
appropriately whilst attending these occasions or ceremonies.
♦ Please observe, understand and
comply to our "Dress Code" when attending ceremonies being
held at the monasteries or venues of events where monks being present.
If inappropriately dressed, we reserve the right to ask you to leave
Bus from Liverpool Street Station 149, 242, 243 & 67 – 5/6 Stops -
opposite the Hospital on Kingsland Road - A10
Open - Arrival of Cambodian community members and guests
Arrival of Monks and Nuns
Religious (Buddhist) ceremony - Request of Five Precepts - Chant
Offering of Dana to the Bikkhus
Luncheon for guests and congregation
Traditional artistic performances
Roam Vung Disco
Dress code: Smart Casual/Traditional Outfit
All Members, friends and guests are advised to bring cooked food (some vegetarian
dishes, Please) to cater for the bikkhus,guests and themselves.
For those who would not be able to bring food, please send the contribution
cheque or postal order made payable to CASUNIK and send to the address below,
preferably 2 weeks prior to the date of the event, to enable CASUNIK to arrange
the necessary catering, as appropriate.
Mr Usaly Tan (Treasurer) 6 Walnut Tree Lane Princes Risborough HP 27 9SJ
Car Parking: From 9.00 am to 1.30 pm Chargeable at the local rates.
Parking tickets are available at 3.00 GBP per slip .They are in limited numbers.
To reserve ahead please send deposit to the above name and address.
Last year was a successful one with strong supports shown from all members,
friends and guests around the UK.
Our best wishes this year to all our members and friends, both
locally and globally, for a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
Chhnam M'Maeh - year of the Goat - BE 2559
The actual date for the Cambodian New Year is the 13th of April. By ancient
tradition, the celebration would last for three days. The first day is the
beginning of the celebration, the second is the Middle Day (Blind Date)
and the third one is the Day when the name of the New Year i.e. year of
the Goat effectively starts.