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To help the local Chinese people and to improve their quality of life.


The objectives of the association are:

  • To promote any charitable purpose for the benefit of the inhabitants of the city of Leeds (in particular these of Chinese origin) and in particular the advancement of education, the relief of poverty, sickness and distress and the provision of recreational facilities with the object of improving the conditions of life such inhabitants;
  • To apply funds towards other charitable purpose
The group has been established since early 60s, run by a group of businessmen. Later on they have registered as a charity group. It developed an elderly luncheon club, the advice centre women group, Chinese supplement school on every Sunday during term time, and then the Leeds University one of the professor from sociology department has contacted Mr. P. Yung in the late 80s to do a survey what the Chinese people want. They want a centre, this is how LCCA has been established. It was Wah Kwong, the Women Group, the Supplementary School, the Chinese Christian Church, the Advice Centre altogether to have regular meeting with the council about the centre. In 1997 Wah Kwong have pulled out from the centre because they discovered the constitution was not fair and the other groups has also left because the chair of LCCA will not change the constitution.

At the present moment, Wah Kwong have not got their own centre, they try to save up to buy a property to be their centre.
  • Chinese New Year Celebration Dinner Party.
  • Unicorn Dance at Leeds City Centre during Chinese New Year.
  • Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day Celebration.
  • Summer Trip
  • Food and Hygiene training courses.
A block of housing for Chinese elderly people, families who cannot afford to buy a house, people with language barriers.

Nursery or mother and toddler play group for those who doesn’t speak English, but they would like to meet other mother or care to exchange experience. At the present there isn’t any in Leeds.

Youth club for local Chinese children, apparently there is nothing for them now.

At the moment the association has about 100 names the people who has signed for housing.

The group will try to make some contacts with other communities and groups to find out how to go forward for all these plans.
Round Hey Park Fund Raising 1
Round Hey Park Fund Raising 2

Round Hey Park Fund Raising 3