The UK in Kenya Twitter account, run by the High Commission in Nairobi, have Tweeted and announced on Facebook that the British Consular Team are holding an outreach event for British Nationals living around Nanyuki on Friday Feb 26 at Cape Chestnut, Nanyuki at 4pm.
Consular Team will hold outreach for British Nationals living around Nanyuki on Friday Feb 26 at Cape Chestnut, Nanyuki at 4pm @HCNicHailey
— UK in Kenya (@UKinKenya) February 24, 2016
At the event, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions regarding issues affecting British Nationals living, working or studying in Kenya.
Past events have included discussion on visas, passports, nationality, and trade.
Cape Chestnut Restaurant, Nanyuki
Cape Chestnut is a well established coffee house and a garden family restaurant situated close the Equator in a quiet and scenic location adjacent to Braeburn School and Nanyuki Cottage Hospital.
According to their website, they provide high quality gourmet fare, coffee, tea, snacks & refreshments including beer, wine and spirits using the best locally sourced ingredients prepared by a team with what they describe as an “unsurpassed passion” for serving fine food.
“There is a warm and friendly atmosphere in the covered patio and surrounding landscaped gardens including a safe children’s play area and creche.”
– Cape Chestnut website
Regular events at the restaurant include Friday Tapas night and a Sunday Curry buffet.
The UK High Commission team recently held a similar outreach event at Braeburn School in Nairobi.