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new double-glazed windows at Maidenhead Meeting House

Maidenhead has new windows

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New double-glazed windows in our garden room make it warmer for all the groups who use the building, and are…

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Knit for Peace

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East Garston Quakers support the Knit for Peace charity that matches knitters with good causes. They particularly need warm adult…

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Reading interfaith event

Interfaith dialogue: silence, listening and food

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Huge thanks to the Dialogue Society and the Fellowship Educational Society for bringing together around 70 adults and children from…

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Newbury Quakers Open Day

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Newbury Quakers had a pleasant and rewarding Open Day on September 30th. We raised £176 for Thames Valley Air Ambulance…

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Quaker School in Lebanon

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Brummana High school, with its beautiful campus in the hills above Beirut, has been a haven of peace and tranquility…

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White poppies at Henley

Promoting peacebuilding in Henley

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At two public events this autumn, Henley Quakers have promoted ideas of positive peacebuilding. On 25 October Diana Francis spoke…

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Quakers in Business

Make better business decisions

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Explore decision making through the Quaker business method and other models. A one-day conference for practitioners and specialists to share…

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At Reading International Festival…

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… Oliver Robertson, a Reading Quaker spoke of the importance of a continuing Quaker voice in the EU.  One example…

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Riverside Counselling talk

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We found out more about the work of Riverside Counselling Service from a talk by Teresa Johnstone, chair of trustees. Riverside…

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The Bundle – a review

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Journeymen Theatre crafted a powerful play from the real experiences of a Chechen asylum seeker and her children.  I was impressed…

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