upcoming Event, IMA Christmas and New year Celeberation 29th Thursday December 2016 at Great Blacknam Hall Ipswich at 3pm.

Ipswich Malayalee Association

                             Donation 2013

                             UUKMA 2013

                             Onam 2013

                             IMA Summer tour 2013

                             IMA PleasureWood Hills Trip




                             Charity Event at Ipswich

                             Thiruvathira Team

                             East Anglia UUKMA President, Vice President & Secretary

                             Senior Girls Dance Team

                             Subjunior Girls Dance Team

                             Opana Team

                             Mini Dance Group

                             Fancy Dress - Jaya Kunjumon.

                             Fancy Dress - Anjana Babu.

                             Cinematic Dance - Junior Girls.

                             Blessy Joy - Folk Dance.

                             IMA Onam 2011 Celebrations.

                             Ipswich Malayalee Association handed over an another donation from the funds raised from the Christmas Programme 2010 to East Anglian Childrens Hospice in Ipswich.

UKMA Regional Kalamela : Winners with the prizes

                             IMA Hands over the Donation to Charity

Ipswich Malayalee Association
, is a non-profit, non-religious, non-political cultural organization working towards the improvement of the social life style of Malayalees living in Ipswich and near by vicinities who originally migrated from Kerala,the 'land of coconut palm trees'.

Ipswich Malayalee Association is based in Suffolk county of North East England in the UK. It bridges members spread all over Ipswich plus nearby areas like Stowmarket, Felixtowe, Colchester, Sudbury, Hadleigh, Framlingham with a membership spanning over fifty families of Keralaorigin. Its numerous cultural activities around the year make the continued expression of the Malayalee heritage accessible to all, especially to the younger generation.