http://www.krishnatemple.com/home/ With George Harrison donating a beautiful Manor House in north London to ISKCON in 1973 was established Bhaktivedanta Manor, the headquarters of ISKCON in the UK.
http://www.iskcon-london.org/ The ISKCON Radha Krishna Temple on Soho Street, London.
http://www.iskcon-london.org/govindas-london The Hare Krishna Restaurant in the heart of London on Soho Street.
http://www.matchlessgifts.org.uk/ The Food for All programme is named after the first Krishna temple outside India, in New York, running free distribution in London Universities, streets of London, Bristol, Manchester and Aberystwyth.
http://iskconuk.com/ Sri Sri Radha Krishna Cultural Centre in South London runs a Sunday programme with kirtan singing, lecture, and feasting of Krishna’s prasadam (spiritualised vegetarian food).
http://www.iskconredbridge.org/ A community youth project in East London running Sunday programmes, Indian classical music classes, envisions to hold regular ‘jammin’ sessions, Sunday School and Food For All programmes.
http://harekrishnabrighton.com/ Devotees living in Brighton, meet regularly for Namahatta sessions including devotional chanting, kirtan singing, and partaking of Krishna’s prashadam. They also run a gift shop called Tulsi selling devotional material and Indian artefacts.
http://www.iskconnewcastle.org/ The ISKCON temple in Newcastle is home to the Sri Sri Panchatattva.
http://www.iskconmanchester.com/ The ISKCON temple in Manchester.
http://iskconbirmingham.org/ The ISKCON temple in Birmingham is home to Sri Sri Gaura Nitai and Sri Sri Jagannatha, Baladeva and Srimati Subhadra Devi and is famous for their 24-hour kirtan,
http://www.krishnaofvrindavan.com/Home/Home.html The ISKCON temple in Coventry is home to Sacinandana Nitaicand.
http://www.iskconleicester.org/ The ISKCON temple, Leicester having recently acquired a prestigious historical building in the city centre is all set to capture the imagination of the city and its people.
http://www.iskconwales.org.uk/ The ISKCON temple in Swansea runs a popular Vedic Meditation programme along with other temple programmes.
http://www.iskconwales.org.uk/projects/ The multi award winning Govinda’s restaurant in Swansea.
http://www.iskconwales.org.uk/cafe-atma/ Cafe Atma is a vegetarian and vegan Cafe in the heart of Cardiff, 10 minutes from Cardiff University, S.U. and local train station.
For further information on temples in the UK and worldwide, local get together meets, and communities: http://directory.krishna.com/