|Important Notice (Please read before attending):|
♦ 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 your friend(s).
♦ 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 the premises.
Due to recent update news of Health & Safety, regarding an unfortunate outbreak of Coronavirus
On behalf of the Cambodian community members, the Executive committee members, with regret that we will have to postpone our Cambodian Celebration planned for Saturday 18th April 2020 at the VLC Centre.
St. Margarets Lane
Hertfordshire HP1 3BZ
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.
Our best wishes this year to all our members and friends, both locally and globally, for a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
Chhnam Jute - Year of the Rat - BE 2564
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 effectively starts.