The Victoria League for Commonwealth Friendship was founded in the early 1900s to promote friendship and understanding among the peoples of the Commonwealth.
The aim of the League is to welcome and help all members and visitors from every part of the Commonwealth; in particular to give such visitors to the UK chances of meeting British people and to offer them a wide variety of invitations and opportunities during their stay, whether their purpose is study, business or pleasure. The League also provides students’ accommodation in London at reasonable rates.
The South London Branch of The Victoria League for Commonwealth Friendship was launched in December 2007 at Woodlawns. Though still in the early stages of development, the South London Branch looks set to become a strong and flourishing arm of The Victoria League for Commonwealth Friendship.
NB: The Victoria League for Commonwealth Friendship is a registered charity, funded from investment dividends, subscriptions and voluntary contributions. No government grant or subsidy is received. The patron of the Victoria League is Her Majesty The Queen.