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British Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Lille

The Chamber's principal aim is to promote and facilitate business and trade relations between the UK and the Lille region.

Founded in 1868, it enjoys good relationships with other similar bodies in France.

Members meet for lunch on the first Friday of each month. Other membership benefits are the exchange of business information – the BCCI encourages discussions on business topics at all its meetings. Events and visits of interest to members are also organised at regular intervals.

President: Philip Jenkinson

British Conservatives in Paris

Our brief is to further the aims of the British Conservative Party and to provide a forum for Conservative Party supporters.

Our political and social events involving British politicians enable our members to debate political issues and meet visiting British and sometimes French parliamentarians. We represent members' views to the Party and we encourage qualified British subjects to register to vote in the UK, while campaigning vigorously for an extension of this limited right to vote.

Chairman - Jeremy Stubbs
137, rue du Général de Gaulle, 78740 Vaux-sur-Seine
06 38 53 11 66

British European Movement France

The British European Movement, France, the French branch of the European Movement UK, is open to British citizens resident anywhere in France. Our aim is to protect their European Citizen’s Rights now that we have left the EU and to maintain the post-Brexit rights of EU citizens in the UK by supporting the aims and activities of the European Movement UK, lobbying British, French and European MPs and other relevant bodies.

Chairman: Geoffrey Ross 01 45 49 27 10

EU Britizens

EU Britizens is a group of experienced and dedicated professionals affected by Brexit aiming to help British Citizens’ legal cases going before the Court of Justice of the European Union in order to win back our European Citizenship rights to vote, live, work, study and retire in the European Union as well as keeping Freedom of Movement in the EU

President: Alice Bouilliez


Website: EU Britizens

Facebook Page


Expat Citizen Rights in EU (ECREU) is a voluntary group set up to ensure the rights of UK citizens living in the EU and EU citizens in the UK are foremost in the minds of those negotiating their future after Brexit.

We lobby MPs and negotiators in the UK and EU to put citizens' rights first and to ring fence rights regardless of the outcome of Brexit.

Membership is free via our web site –

Facebook - ExpatRights

Labour International Paris and North East France Branch

Labour International Paris and North East France is one of three Labour branches in France.

It is part of Labour International, run like a Constituency Labour Party, and it holds monthly meetings in which it makes motions, debates, elects delegates for conference and energizes Labour voters living abroad to elect a majority Labour government. 

Our meetings are by ZOOM on the second Wednesday of the month.

Visit our website and contact us with any questions



LibDems in France

The French Local Party of UK LibDems - Getting Our Voices Heard - Campaigning for UK Constituencies Abroad to change UK law so that all citizens of the UK living abroad can vote for their representation in discrete constituencies abroad and participate in UK referenda. Join as a Member for £12 per annum or free of charge as a Registered Supporter. Each French Region has an executive contact member.


Facebook - LibDems in France

Twitter @LibDemFrance

SSAFA the Armed Forces Charity/SSAFA France

SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has been providing lifelong support to our Forces and their families since 1885.

Last year our teams of volunteers and employees helped more than 85,000 people in need, from Second World War veterans to those who have served in more recent conflicts or are still currently serving, and their families.

SSAFA France provides this support for our Forces veterans and their families here in France.

Should you need help, please contact: 

Chairman: Keith Cima, Tel: 05 53 24 92 38,

Secretary: Mrs Lesley Blake,