April 2014 in St James's Park London: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014 at the Eco-Lodge at Lodge Hill activity centre: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District
April 2014: a delegation from Mitoto Primary School in Kenya visits Chanctonbury Ring Woodcraft Folk District

UK: short-term visitor

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UK short-term visa

Introduction
Most people coming to the UK for a short visit (eg. for an exchange) need a "general visitor" visa.

For those under 18 years of age, a "child visitor" visa is required, but the rules are similar.

More information about "visitor" visas can be found at the following address: https://www.gov.uk/browse/visas-immigration/tourist-short-stay-visas.

Applying for a visa

This part of the website provides information on applying for a visa. We will be gradually adding more content over time.

Get in touch here if you're organising an exchange or international volunteering - we might be able to help. (We'd also like to hear from you if think you can offer expertise to help others.)

UK visas
Click here for information about visas for short visits to the UK.

Visa campaign interview

Here's a visa campaign video to check out

Group of Kenyans receive visas for visit to a Woodcraft District in West Sussex, England

We are delighted to report that a group of Kenyans have received visas for visit to a Woodcraft District in West Sussex in England later this summer. The group will be joining young people and children at a Festival of Global Citizenship and Co-operation organised by the District.

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