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Henley Quakers’ annual talk: COP26 and climate justice, 29 June

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Each year Henley Quakers organise a public talk on a subject we are concerned about. This year it was given…

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Henley meeting’s garden in Chelsea Fringe Festival

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Once again Henley Quakers opened their delightful Meeting House garden for the Chelsea Fringe Week, which was from 15-22 May,…

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Ruth Saunders age 104 walked a Marathon for charity

104 year old Ruth walks for Charity

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One of our Newbury Quaker members is Ruth Saunders, who is 104 years old. During Covid lockdown she was getting…

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New Booklet: ‘To Thine Own Self be True’

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In ‘the Friend’  of 10 July 2020 there is a review of my new booklet: ‘To thine own self be true’…

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Newbury Meeting on Zoom

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Newbury Meeting has successfully met now for several Sundays on Zoom since the lockdown. It is not the same as…

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Wokingham Quakers now meet online

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The Quaker meeting for worship at Wokingham is now by videoconference, after a successful experiment last weekend! It is possible…

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Living Simply in our Age

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Quaker membership means being part of a worldwide community of welcoming, caring and thoughtful people. Helen Addison from Newbury Meeting…

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Meetings suspended

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Quakers won’t gather together for worship over the coming months. But our Meetings won’t stop. Some of us will wait…

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Henley’s Tree for Peace

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Henley’s new Tree for Peace, a rowan provided by Henley Quakers, has been planted in Mill Meadows close to the…

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‘Snowdrop Sunday’ at Henley

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Each year the lovely garden of Henley Quaker meeting house has a splendid display of snowdrops. On the afternoon of…

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