Reception for the British Georgian Society Charity walkers who walked the entire length of Hadrian's Wall to raise money on behalf of Diabetes UK and a Children's hospice in Georgia with honoured guests, the mayor of Newcastle and the Georgian Ambassador to the Court of St James. 

This year's charity walk of 80 miles in 6 days and took place from the 6-11 October 2019, covering Hadrian's Wall Path, a historic coast to coast trek in northern England. 

The 2019 BGS Annual Georgian Supra took place on 22 October 2019 and was generously hosted by the Tamada Restaurant. 

Armand Wang, a BGS member and great photographer, regularly attends events and we are delighted to be able to show his photographs. Here are some for the dance event in January 2017. 


The British Georgian Society is able to offer for sale a number of prints of beautiful and historic 19th century Tbilisi buildings by the architectural historian, Maia Mania. These are buildings that she sketched, mostly in the 1990s, that are either threatened or that have already been demolished.

These works are a rare record of old Tbilisi by the leading light of the Tbilisi heritage & conservation movement. Professor Mania's distinction as an academic is sustained by her years of passionate commitment, and driven by the educated eye and talent of a true artist. She is using money from the sale of the prints to fund her work on trying to save historic buildings, a campaign she has been fighting for decades. 

The large prints - 49x36 cm (Vertskhli St, Dumas St and Sharteli St) are £80 each, the medium sized ones -  42x34cm (Old Tbilisi) are £60, two of the small ones -35x27cm (Dumas St and Sharteli St) are £40 and Aveli St is £30. 

An important collaboration between the Courtauld Institute of Art and Georgia to preserve and restore these unique wall paintings, nearly one thousand years old, in this famous rock-cut monastery in southern Georgia. Read the article Become a Guardian Angel of Vardzia.


Our then Honorary President HE Judith Gough who was UK Ambassador to Georgia, addressed the BGS in the House of Commons, May 2011.

Some moments from the 2nd BGS Film Festival - Life Through Cinema. September 2010...



Peter Nasmyth has been visiting the Caucasus for the last 30 years. His many publications on the area include Georgia's first walking guide, 'Walking in the Caucasus, Georgia' (2nd edition, 2013) and the cultural/historical book 'Georgia, in the Mountains of Poetry,' (4th edition, 2017). He lives between London and Tbilisi and is currently setting up the National Trust of Georgia.

He generously shares some of his photography with us...

Stamps from a BGS member's collection. For further information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..