Entrants are being invited for the new UK Cypriots and Cypriots Worldwide books

The book is a snapshot of the Worldwide Cypriot Community today and a celebration of what they have achieved outside their homeland and the greater potential that awaits them in the future.


Today we remember one of our own 8 year old UK Cypriot Saffie Roussos who lost her life in the Manchester terrorist attack

The arena bombing Twenty-two people were killed and hundreds injured in the suicide bombing at the end of an Ariana Grande concert.

The youngest victim was Saffie Roussos who died when Salman Abedi detonated a homemade device at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Arena on 22 May 2017

The eight-year-old from Lancashire had been at the venue with her mother Lisa and sister, Ashlee Bromwich, 26, who were both injured in the attack Her father Andrew Roussos, is a Cypriot from Lancashire


Recent News

Cyprus Seeds’ first Event in London, organized in the Science Museum

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou presents the 20 winners for “Stelios Cyprus Bi-Communal Awards for Business Co-operation 2022”

Well done to UK Cypriot Maria Kyriacou founder of Live 4 dancing ballroom for her big cheque presentation at the Great Ormond Street Hospital

US Cypriot Dorothea Ioannou becomes the first woman CEO of a P&I Club in the 167 years since the founding of the first marine insurance organization

Australian Cypriot Niki Habibis – Victoria Country Fire Authority firefighter

UK Cypriot Tony Ourris of Anthony Webb estate agents are proud to sponsor Hazelwood Schools’ new sports kit