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What does love require of us?

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Twenty-five people (3 facilitators, 2 Quakers from Reading and Henley, 3 visitors, and 17 people from Newbury Meeting) enjoyed a…

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What do the EU elections mean?

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Not sure what different EU parliamentary groups stand for? Unclear about how your vote counts? Our display and talk can…

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Letter to Newbury Weekly News

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Following the Sri Lanka killings, Howard Grace from Newbury Meeting gives a visionary perspective on our shared humanity. This letter…

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Peaceful garden in Henley open on Sunday 19 May

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Some 60 people visited the garden of Henley Quaker meeting house on the afternoon of Sunday 19 May. The sun…

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Multicolour image from the cover of the IPCC 1.5 degrees report

Can we cap global warming at 1.5 degrees?

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What will happen if this cap is not achieved and warming reaches 2 degrees? An opportunity to hear directly from…

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Renewing Newbury Meeting – post 1

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We have now had the first concept plans for the updating of our Meeting House from our architects, Richard Potter…

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'Open' sign in the courtyard outside Wallingford Quaker Meeting house

Saturday open house again

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Wallingford Quaker Meeting house is open to visitors on Saturdays again, now that spring is here! Come and enjoy the…

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Supporting our Muslim friends

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The headline for a major article in the Newbury Weekly News on March 28th was ‘Terrorism will never keep us…

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Newbury Meeting house surrounded by fences because of the town centre development around it

Renewing Newbury Meeting house

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After a wait of at least 25 years the re- development of part of Newbury town centre is about to…

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sketch of mosque with words 'hate has no place here'

Vigil in solidarity with Christchurch

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One week after the massacre of Muslims at Friday prayers in New Zealand, stand with others in solidarity against hate…

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