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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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What does love require of us?

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Newbury Quakers are having an all day Kindler Workshop on this topic. It will be held at our Meeting House…

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Carpet of purple crocuses among the gravestones in Reading burial ground, with a swing hanging from the oak tree over them

Signs of spring

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Spring is all around, and the Reading Quaker burial ground is particularly beautiful with a carpet of purple crocus under…

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The two actors of Multi Storey theatre performing Pericles

Pericles – All at Sea

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In this production from multi story theatre, a pair of story-tellers evoked a world in which a young girl was sold…

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Farmer looking at a field of grain

In Our Hands

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How nine farmers seized the ‘Brexit’ moment to outgrow an outdated food system. This film explored their daily reality and…

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Donation being presented to Foodshare, in front of the bus that they use to provide accomodation

Foodshare donation

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Maidenhead Quakers collected for Foodshare, who operate the local foodbank and provide meals for homeless people. Two Maidenhead Quakers went…

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Snowdrops at Henley Quaker Meeting

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Henley Quakers’ garden was open on the afternoon of Sunday 3 February so that our neighbours, friends, and passers-by could…

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Pink blossom (sorry, don't know its name) photographed on 7 January 2019 in the Reading University Harris garden

Mindfulness walk for new students

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New students joined Angela, our Quaker chaplain, for a ‘Mindfulness winter walk’  in the lovely Harris Garden on Friday 25…

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Photo of some of the people supported by the charity ATE. On the left, a young man with disabilities and his mother. On the right a group of schoolchildren who have meals provided by ATE

Action through enterprise

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ATE is a small charity giving practical support to Lawra, a community in Upper West Ghana with chronic food shortages…

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