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Family crafts day

Once again, family crafts proved a smash hit with over 40 families taking part on 6th October. Parachute games, card…

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Photo of red and white knitted poppies

East Garston Quaker open weekend

All were welcomed to make a poppy in memory of anyone – military or civilian – who has died in…

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Chaplaincy centre: photo credit Reading University

Welcome Reading Uni freshers

Curious about Quakerism, or just fancy some good food and company? Then drop into a chaplaincy freshers week event and…

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

Open house for Quaker week

Visitors had a warm welcome from Wallingford Quakers when they visited the beautiful 18th century Meeting house and garden on…

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Reading Meeting House and burial ground

Art and more for Reading’s Heritage weekend

Visitors were welcomed at Reading’s Grade II listed Quaker Meeting house, enjoyed our art exhibition, and had the opportunity to…

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A picture of Abbey Baptist Church, Reading

Radical Reading

Three Reading faith groups (Abbey Baptists, St Giles Anglicans and Reading Quakers) took a radical step towards religious tolerance, by…

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This is the front of Newbury Meeting House

Newbury Meeting house – latest update

For over 15 years Newbury Quakers lived with the threat of losing our Meeting house.  To our great joy, that…

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The new noticeboard outside Wokingham Quaker meeting house

Our latest Mid Thames Quakers’ newsletter..

..is full of summer news from around the area. There’s Newbury Quakers’ nail-biting knockout in a Christian Aid skittles competition;…

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Women standing up as they learn to sew in Sierra Leone

Chairs to Sierra Leone

The sewing room in a village in Sierra Leone will soon have a set of chairs from Maidenhead Quakers. The…

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Quakers & Peace poster

Understanding truth

Truth has many facets. Forty people came to a public event at Reading Quaker meeting house to explore our understanding…

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