Members' Forum

NOTICE: This page is for FoSLA members to share information directly with other members. FoSLA does not take responsibility for the content or any inaccuracies. Members are invited to send contributions to Sue Marsh at Notices might publicise an event organised to support a charity, a beach bungalow for rent, a restaurant a member has enjoyed, a new book. We would only publish a notice once so as to allow space for other members. The annex to the newsletter will be no longer than two sides of an A4 sized paper and notices should be as concise as possible. By clicking on the links below you can read the latest 1 page annex titled the Members' Forum which accompanies our quarterly newsletter.

Chelsea History Festival's interesting line up this year includes a talk by author Shabrani Basu whom many of us met last Friday. Take a look at The Mystery of the Parsee Lawyer for more details.

Jerry Smith and Sally Martin owners of Jungle Tide are CONSIDERING selling up and returning to the UK. If you are interested in spending a year (possibly longer) living at Jungle Tide in the Hanthana mountains, Jerry and Sally are keen to discuss this with you. The arrangement would be to pay a monthly sum for the accommodation, services of the staff (cleaning, laundry, cooking if wanted etc.), electricity and fuel, and TV/internet. You would then also have the option of running the guest house business in return for a share of the takings. The arrangement would ideally start early 2023 and continue for an initial twelve months, with the possibility of extension. Jungle Tide would not be offered for sale during this period, i.e.your occupancy would be guaranteed. Interested in buying Jungle Tide, read this first and click this link for more details.

Sri Lankan Travel Information: Sri Lanka is NOW on the AMBER List

Possible New Sri Lankan Visa for Foreigners - Working Remotely from Paradise, read more:

Annex to Autumn 2021 Newsletter

Annex to Summer 2021 Newsletter

Annex to Spring 2021 Newsletter

Several members have provided copies to share of an audio-visual recording of the Statement made by His Excellency, Mohan Peiris, Permanent Representative to the United Nations (here)and also the Response to the UNHRC Resolution by our own FoSLA Patron, namely: The Rt. Hon. Lord Naseby, which appeared recently in the Island Newspaper, click here to read.