Serbs in the United Kingdom
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British Serbs or Serbs in the United Kingdom are Serbs and people of Serbian ancestry in the United Kingdom. The Serbian Council of Great Britain estimates that there are 50,000 ethnic Serbs living in the UK.
There has been a Serb community in Halifax since Yugoslavia's liberation in the World War II. Monarchist refugees (Chetniks) left Yugoslavia as a result of Josip Broz Tito's revolution. There is a Serbian Orthodox church there.
There is a sizable Serb community in Shepherd's Bush (Hammersmith and Fulham) and Notting Hill (Kensington and Chelsea) in West London, where Serbian grocery stores, cafes, and a Serbian church is present.
Notable British Serbs
- Milan Mandarić, businessman and owner of Sheffield Wednesday F.C.
- Alex Bogdanović, tennis player born in Belgrade
- John Lukic, former Arsenal and Leeds United goalkeeper
- Pete Vuckovic, singer/songwriter
- Nenad Petrović, writer
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- The Serbian Society in the UK
- The Serbian Council of Great Britain
- Saint Sava's Serbian Orthodox Church
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