Great Read: Xpat Community E-Magazine 6 - 12 October

  • 10 Oct 2022 5:50 AM
Great Read: Xpat Community E-Magazine 6 - 12 October
The fresh newsletter for the International Community in Hungary - described by readers as a "Great read each week" - is now available for your interest and use via the link below.

You can see the new edition of the Xpat E-Magazine here:


1. Firstly, here's a quick update about the upcoming Xpat Charity Gala on November 5th:  
Entertainment now includes a 'Deluxe Light Show' with state-of-the-art 'Visual Poi' devices.

Special Price - Get Your 'Early Bird Tickets' Online Here Now to 'Feel Good + Do Good'
Early Bird Tickets are available - on a "first come first served" basis - until 10 October.

This ticket type is designed to reward folks who commit now to joining in on Bonfire Night.
Limited places available, grab yours soon to avoid missing out - see link below for all info:
You're warmly invited to socialise with good-hearted guests for fun & fundraising.

2. As always you can see events happening these days below in the loop via Xpat Calendar.
Plus for your interest there's fresh News, Information & Inspiration, latest Movies + Specials.

3. Next up, here's a quick look at just 3 from a great variety of New Video Features:.
Budapest Festival Orchestra Wins Gramophone's Orchestra of the Year Award
"How Hungary Beat Woke Culture" - Balázs Orbán, PM's Political Director
How Yurts Offer Cheap Solution to Living Costs Crisis in Hungary

Opinion pieces offer valuable insights but don't necessarily represent the views of XpatLoop.
Your opinion articles are welcome too for editorial review: Click here to Share Your Story

Now we hope you like what's in it for you below.
Yours with best wishes, Team XpatLoop

Photo - 'Budapest - courtesy of Krénn Imre Photography


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Frank Hegedűs, Chaplain, St. Margaret's Anglican Church
“Thank you for your important service during these troubling times.”

John Hart, Principal, International School Of Budapest
“Just a short note of deep appreciation to you all at XpatLoop. At these difficult and potentially solitary times your mailings are doing a wonderful job at keeping us expats in the loop, and ensuring that we still feel part of the vibrant community which is Budapest.”

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