Mayor Tom Aditya to facilitate Indian High Commission’s Consular Camp in Bristol on Saturday – UKMALAYALEE

Mayor Tom Aditya to facilitate Indian High Commission’s Consular Camp in Bristol on Saturday

Thursday 6 February 2020 6:12 AM UTC

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON Feb 6: The High Commission of India’s (HCI) Consular Camp is happening in Bristol on Saturday, the 8th of February 2020 from 10 am to 3 pm at the Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road, Bradley Stoke, Bristol BS32 8HL. The HCI Consular Camp has been arranged in Bristol by Mayor Tom Aditya (Bradley Stoke, Bristol) in association with the Bristol Multi-Faith Forum.

The HCI Consular Camp at Bristol will benefit many in South West England and South Wales who wish to avail services of the Indian High Commission for Indian Visas, passports, Overseas Citizen of India applications and consular services.

The senior officers of the Indian High Commission at London will be available at the Consular Camp and there will be an opportunity to directly meet the officers.

This Consular camp is on a weekend (Saturday), and it gives an advantage for the working communities who struggle to take leave during the weekdays to go to London. Please browse through the website links given below, if you need any clarification.

OCI Registration and Renewal:
Passport renewal:
E-Visa to India:
OCI advisory:
Attestation of Documents:

For queries, please contact 020-86295950, Email:

Please note that the Indian High Commission officers are coming to Bristol to help all, but it is advised to read the information provided on the website thoroughly and come ready with the required original documents as well as photocopies.

Please make the best use of this opportunity. The appointments will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Date and Time: 8th February 2020, Saturday; 10 am to 3 pm
Venue:  Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road, Bradley Stoke, Bristol BS32 8HL

The venue is situated near the M4 and M5 Motorways and the Bristol Parkway Train Station. Car parking facilities are available at the venue.

However, if there is much traffic overflow, please use the Tesco Car Park nearby.

Indian diaspora comprises only less than 2% of the population in the West of England. People speaking Punjabi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Hindi, Tamil, Bengali, Telugu, Kannada and other Indian languages are spoken by this very diverse Indian diaspora. The religious diversity of this diaspora also stands unique.

Special thanks to the Bristol Hindu Temple, the Sikh Gurudwaras, the Indian Christian Churches, the Indian Muslim Community, Jain Community, Buddhist Community and all sections of the Indian diaspora and community groups for supporting the initiative to hold the HCI Consular Camp in Bristol.

Massive thanks to the High Commission of India for kindly agreeing to hold the Consular Camp in Bristol. For queries regarding the venue, please contact:

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