Invited by Father Nenad, Head of the Church of the Holy Prince Lazar in Birmingham, Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Nataša Marić attended the Open Day of the Church during which a rich cultural and artistic programme was held, on Saturday, 10 February. The programme was participated by the folklore group from Birmingham, the Nis Constantine choir, which held five concerts in London and other English towns within the framework of the Serbian Culture Month, as well as a local ensemble that plays and promotes Balkan music.
In addition to numerous representatives of the Diaspora, the event was attended by the representatives of the Cadbury family, who 50 years ago donated the land on which the Church of the Holy Prince Lazar, also known as Lazarica Church, was built. In a conversation with representatives of the Cadbury family, Nataša Marić expressed gratitude for the support this family has been giving for decades to the Serbian community in Birmingham.