BIGOS UK - The Association of Polish Bloggers Living Abroad

Welcome to the official website of BIGOS UK

The Association of Polish Bloggers Living Abroad

 

Welcome to BIGUS UK. BIGOS UK was born out of many ideas and attempts to create an online and offline community of Polish bloggers who share similar values (check out BIGOS UK Manifesto) and live abroad. Every Polish person living in the UK or anywhere in the world has their own approach to national heritage and the multiculturalism of place they are living in. There are many generations of Polish citizens living practically all over the globe. Small elements of Polish cuisine, culture or customs can be found all around us but very often due to the language barrier or simply lack of time, might be overseen. Some Polish residents are so busy with their daily lives that their process of integration into the society suffers. Online conversations around those topics are a great place to start a dialogue. We know that our community is rich in ideas and inspiring people. We hope that our online conversations will benefit from this information exchange and result in a few new friendships.

We hope that you will enjoy reading us, joining us and meeting us offline! We also invite bloggers from outside of the UK to join us, if their work is relevant to our manifesto. 

LATEST BIGOS UK POSTS

LATEST BIGOS UK MEMBERS

Ola (Polish Ola)

FOOD AND CRAFTS BLOGGER

Margot Dolewska Dyer

BIGOS UK FOUNDER, BLOGGER, PHOTO RETOUCHER

Sylwia Korsak

BIGOS UK FOUNDER, BLOGGER, SOCIAL MEDIA ADVISOR

Join BIGOS UK!

Please check the membership criteria below and drop us an email (bigosukorg@gmail.com) with few words about yourself and with links to your online channels.
Membership criteria:
  • Aged 18 or over,
  • Polish blogger residing in the UK or abroad,
  • Running an active blog or any other dedicated social media channel updated regularly and active in the last 6 months, 
  • Publishing in English or Polish,
  • Running a global blog and supporting our Manifesto
Applications from younger bloggers or people who wish to blog anonymously might be considered, but please get in touch first.