Quaker meetings often run events for the community. On this page you can find some upcoming events near you.

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List of events arranged alphabetically by town

Abergavenny

Date(s): 29-Sep-18
Time: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Meet Abergavenny Quakers

opportunities for people to talk to local Quakers, ask questions, experience a period of Quaker worship, find out what else Quakers are involved in and enjoy some refreshments

Methodist Hall
Castle Street
Abergavenny
NP7 5EH

For more information contact Abergavenny Meeting: 01873 859797

Bakewell

Date(s): 30-Sep-18
Time: 2 pm to 4.30 pm

Open House

Meet Quakers and the local groups who use the Meeting House. Visit display stands. Take part in talks and discussions. Enjoy tea and cake.

Friends Meeting House
Chapel Row
Bakewell
DE45 1EL

For more information contact Bakewell: clarkerogerm@gmail.com

Banbury

Date(s): 4102018
Time: 7:30 PM

Changing Ourselves, Changing the World

A video and discussion about using art creatively to challenge people and events.

Banbury Quaker Meeting House
Horsefair, next to Church House, by the lane to People's Park
Banbury
OX16 0AH

For more information contact Banbury Local Quaker Meeting: banbury@banburyeveshamquakers.org.uk

Bath

Date(s): 04-Oct-18
Time: 19.3

Why steal a white poppy wreath?

This public meeting will debate the issues behind the mystery disappearance of three white poppy wreaths laid by Bath Quakers since 2017, with five speakers and an exhibition.

Bath Quaker Meeting House
York Street
Bath
BA1 1NG

For more information contact Bath Local Meeting: https://bathquakers.org/

Bath

Date(s): 01-Oct-18
Time: 19.3

Who are Quakers and why they matter

Juliet Prager, Deputy Recording Clerk of Quakers in Britain, will be giving a public lecture on 'Who are Quakers and why they matter today and tomorrow'. The event begins at 19.30, and is free to all.

Quaker Meeting House
York Street
Bath
BA1 1NG

For more information contact Bath Local Meeting: https://bathquakers.org/

Bewdley

Date(s): 5th and 6th October 2018
Time: 10.00 am - 4.00 pm

Meet the neighbours

Meet the Quakers, and enjoy our art and craft displays.

Bewdley Quaker Meeting House
Lower Park
Bewdley
DY12 2DP

For more information contact Bewdley Local Meeting: http://www.bewdleyquakers.org.uk/

Birmingham

Date(s): !st October 2018
Time: 7.30-9.00pm

Putting the 'C' into Community

Panel Presentations and Discussion with a community development expert, a senior church minister, Cotteridge Quaker Meeting House wardens and a facilitator of community led housing initiatives.

Cotteridge Friends Meeting House
23A Watford Road
Birmingham
B30 1JB

For more information contact Cotteridge Quaker Meeting (Birmingham): centralenglandquakers.org.uk/events

Birmingham

Date(s): 29-Sep-18
Time: 10.30am-2.30pm

Harvest Home

In aid of B30 Foodbank & The Project: 'Food for Thought' display, Re-use/Re-home table-top sale, Garden produce & preserves, children's activities. Free tea/coffee & cake. Soup & bread £1 from 12.30

Cotteridge Friends Meeting House
23A Watford Road
Birmingham
B30 1JB

For more information contact Cotteridge Quaker Meeting (Birmingham): centralenglandquakers.org.uk/events

Bournemouth

Date(s): 07/10/2018
Time: 10.30 Meeting for Worship 12.00 Lunch

Soup & Cheese Lunch

Bournemouth Quakers invite you to join them for Lunch and to find out in a relaxed, informal way about Quakers locally and nationally. To experience Quaker Worship join us at 10.30 am

Friends Meeting House
Wharncliffe Road
Bournemouth
BH5 1AH

For more information contact Bournemouth Local Meeting: bournemouthwarden@hotmail.co.uk

Brecon

Date(s): 02-Oct-18
Time: 7.30 pm

What is meant by the Quaker Way?

A short film, an opportunity to ask questions, refreshments nd a chance to just chat to Quakers.

The Muse,
Glamorgan Street,
Brecon
LD3 7DW

For more information contact Brecon Local Meeting: http://www.smquakers.org.uk/local-meetings/brecon/

Bristol

Date(s): 30-Sep-18
Time: 11.00am - 13.30pm

Room For More: Bring a Friend to Meeting

Please bring a friend to Meeting and to a special shared lunch on Sunday 30 September. We always have 'room for more' and we look forward to sharing Quaker worship and Quaker hospitality

Redland Quaker Meeting House
126 Hampton Road
Bristol
BS6 6JE

For more information contact Redland Local Meeting (Bristol): See Redland Quaker Meeting website for information about our Meeting (redlandquakers.org.uk)

Chelmsford

Date(s): 02/09/2018
Time: 12:30 - 18:00

The 'Great Shaking': Reconnecting for Radical Action

“I saw there was a great crack to go throughout the earth, and a great smoke to go as the crack went; and that after the crack there should be a great shaking: this was the earth in people's hearts, w

Quaker Meeting House
114 Rainsford Road
Chelmsford
CM1 2QL

For more information contact Chelmsford Quakers: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-great-shaking-reconnecting-for-radical-action-tickets-48758906201

Chichester

Date(s): 30-Sep-18
Time: 2pm until 4pm

"What have the Quakers ever done for us?!" (And what are they doing NOW?!")

An opportunity to visit Chichester Meeting House, an interesting display about Quakers past and present, information and leaflets to take away, and a warm welcome with tea and cake!

Chichester Quaker Meeting House
Priory Road
Chichester
PO19 1NX

For more information contact Chichester: mria10855@gmail.com

Colwyn Bay

Date(s): 30-Sep-18
Time: 2.00 - 4.00

Bring and Share / Rhoi a Rhannu

Community Event for all people who want to share their pre-loved items with others and take what they need. A small example of free exchange and bartering as a little cell of a just society

Quaker Meeting House
21 Erskine Road
Colwyn Bay
LL29 8EU

For more information contact Colwyn Bay Meeting: efawulle@gmail.com, 07505 142665

Coolham

Date(s): 05-Oct-18
Time: 12:30 to 16:00

Quaker Week: A Shared Lunch and talk by Harvey Gillman

Join us for a shared lunch and talk by Harvey Gillman. Also enjoy enjoy the Blue Idol garden and see the exhibition in our barn about the history of William Penn and the Blue Idol.

Blue Idol Quaker Meeting House
Oldhouse Lane
Coolham
RH13 8QP

For more information contact Blue Idol Quaker Meeting: Please book a free ticket at http://bit.ly/blueidolquakerweek

Diss

Date(s): 06/10/2018
Time: 10am - 4pm

Quaker Open Day

Come and see the inside the beautiful thatched Quaker Meeting House, and discover who Quakers are, and why Quakerism is more relevant than ever in these turbulent times.

The Quaker Meeting House
12 Frenze Road
Diss
IP22 4PA

For more information contact Diss Local Meeting: Phone Helen on 07543 835349

Dorchester

Date(s): 29th September - 6th October
Time: Day time

Quaker Service Exhibition

The exhibition commemorates Quaker Service from WW1 to present day. Dorchester Quakers will be available to chat and answer any questions about how Quaker Worship supports Quaker service today.

United Church Foyer
South Street
Dorchester
DT1 1BY

For more information contact Dorchester Quaker Meeting: Dorchester Quaker Meeting Warden 01305 263544

Durham

Date(s): 04-Oct-18
Time: 7pm

Who are Quakers and why do they matter today?

Paul Parker, senior staff member of Britain Yearly Meeting, is speaking on Tackling Social Changes

Durham Town Hall
Market Square
Durham
DH1 3NJ

For more information contact Durham: Judith Catty

Ealing

Date(s): 06-Oct-18
Time: 7pm

Hostility or hospitality? What it's like to be a young refugee arriving in the UK

Find out what happens when young refugees, who have travelled on their own across Europe, arrive in the UK. What challenges do they face as they navigate the systems?

Ealing Quaker Meeting House
17 Woodville Road
Ealing
W5 2SE

For more information contact Ealing Meeting: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1751770895063839/?fb_dtsg_ag=Adyu-MA-IKW8J02A_8hkvAoCNTA_WO8Ap0MVH9O

Edinburgh

Date(s): 29-Sep-18
Time: 10:00-17:00

Edinburgh Quaker Meeting House - Doors Open Day

Displays on the history of the building, Quakers in Edinburgh, and Quaker conscientious objectors in WWI. Craft activities for children, and refreshments. Quakers will be there to answer questions.

Edinburgh Quaker Meeting House
7 Victoria Terrace
Edinburgh
EH1 2JL

For more information contact South East Scotland Area Meeting: http://www.quakerscotland.org/south-east/events/edinburgh-quaker-meeting-house-doors-open-day

Garstang, Lancashire

Date(s): 03-Oct-18
Time: 19:00 - 21:00

Who are the Quakers?, and what do they do?

Come to experience and discuss some of the many ways in which worldwide quakers worship. Open to people from all faiths and none.

Garstang Meeting House
Calder House Lane
Garstang, Lancashire
PR3 1ZE

For more information contact Garstang LQM: ian.marshall@physics.org

Halifax

Date(s): 06-Oct-18
Time: 09.00-15.30h

Market Stall

Market stall with Quaker leaflets and information, also selling books, bric-a-brac etc to aid Quaker activities.

Southgate Precinct

Halifax
HX1 1RN

For more information contact Halifax Meeting: Richard Jarvis: percyabides@gmail.com

Harpenden

Date(s): 1 - 5 October 2018
Time: Various,please visit our Facebook page for details

Exhibition of Paintings depicting the life of George Fox

An exhibition of thirteen colourful and intriguing paintings depicting stages of the life of George Fox, painted by the internationally known artist John Goodey

Harpenden Quaker Meeting House
12 Southdown Road
Harpenden
AL5 1PD

For more information contact Harpenden Meeting: Visit our Facebook page or ring the meeting house on 01582 764593

Harpenden

Date(s): 19-Oct-18
Time: 19

Public lecture by Chris Skidmore, George Fox: an experimental life

A public lecture on the life of George Fox, complementing the exhibition of paintings also available in the Meeting House

Harpenden Quaker Meeting House
12 Southdown Road
Harpenden
AL5 1PD

For more information contact Harpenden Quaker Meeting: For directions to the meeting house please visit our website or Facebook page

Harrogate

Date(s): 4th October 2018
Time: 7.30pm - soup supper from 6.30pm

Progressive Quaker Business Models speaker Paul Grey, CEO of Friends House Hospitality Ltd

Come and learn about Quaker Businesses past and present. Find out if it is still possible to unite profit and ethical practises in business.

Harrogate Quaker Meeting House
12a Queens Parade
Harrogate
HG1 5PP

For more information contact Harrogate: Lizzie Rosewood 07900626494 or Gilly Charters 07808863009

Harrogate

Date(s): 30-Sep-18
Time: 14:00

3 Acres And A Cow

An exploration of the history of land rights and protest in drama and song. Enlightening, informative and joyful.

Harrogate Meeting House
Queens Parade
Harrogate
HG1 5PP

For more information contact Harrogate Quaker Meeting: Alisonclarke2@gmail.com

Hilsea

Date(s): 30-Sep-18
Time: 10am to 12noon

Meeting for Worship for Healing

Feel free to come when you can and leave when you wish

Portsmouth Quaker Meeting House
25 Northwood Road
Hilsea
PO2 9QT

For more information contact Portsmouth: Followed by lunch

Lampeter

Date(s): 20-Oct-18
Time: doors open 7.00 for 7.30 start

"Digging the Dirt" performance by multi story theatre company

A moving mix of fable and political commentary, interweaving the 17thC Diggers with a 20thC whistleblower. Free performance with discussion + refreshments after: donations welcomed.

Victoria Hall
Bryn Rd
Lampeter
SA48 7EE

For more information contact Lampeter Quakers: Call 01570 471488 for local info, or see https://www.multistorytheatre.co.uk/DTD/index.htm

Lancaster

Date(s): 30/09/2018
Time: 2pm following a shared lunch

'Doing Belief' in the 21st centurary workplace

How Quakers live out their beliefs in work situations.

Lancaster Meeting House
Meeting House Lane
Lancaster
LA1

For more information contact Lancaster Quaker Meeting: lancasterquakers@gmail.com

Lancaster

Date(s): 29/09/2018 & 03/10/2018
Time: 9am - 4.30pm each day

Charter Market Outreach Stall

Information about who we are, our testimonies and our Meeting's concerns

Charter Market
Market Street
Lancaster
LA1

For more information contact Lancaster Quaker Meeting: Lancaster Meeting House

Leyburn

Date(s): 5-6 October 2018
Time: 10-Apr

Quaker Service Memorial Trust touring exhibition

As part of Quaker Week and the Richmondshire Remembers commemoration of the end of WW1, this Friends House exhibition also incudes an Echo Chamber exhibition of photos of conscientious objectors.

Thornborough Hall
Moor Road
Leyburn
DL8 5AB

For more information contact Leyburn Meeting: annculbardbrown@gmail.com

London

Date(s): 06-Oct-18
Time: 2pm

Radicals, Quakers and Peckham

An afternoon of local history to learn more about pioneering change-makers Benjamin Lay, Ada Salter, Harold Moody and Peter Collinson

Dulwich Library
368 Lordship Ln,
London
SE22 8NB

For more information contact Peckham Quaker Meeting: https://www.facebook.com/events/128160098052314/

Manchester

Date(s): 06-Oct-18
Time: 10.00-16.00

Family-friendly Open Day

Come along to our family-friendly Open Day to meet local Quakers and to share refreshments. There will be opportunities to tour our historic building and to drop in on our all day meeting for worship

Friends' Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

For more information contact Manchester and Warrington Area Meeting: www.manchesterquakers.org.uk

Manchester

Date(s): 06-Oct-19
Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Family Friendly Open Day

Want to learn about a spiritual path that is simple, adventurous and radical? Come to our open day to look round the Meeting House, exhibitions, presentations, refreshments and Meeting for Worship

Friends Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

For more information contact Manchester and Warrington Area Quaker Meeting: admin@manchesterquakers.org.uk

Manchester

Date(s): 05-Oct-19
Time: 18:00 for refreshments, start at 18:30

Quakers and Peace

Want to learn about a spiritual path that is simple, adventurous and radical? Come to any of these free events that will welcome anyone to meet, share discussion & learn more about Quakerism

Friends Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

For more information contact Manchester and Warrington Area Quaker Meeting: admin@manchesterquakers.org.uk

Manchester

Date(s): 04-Oct-19
Time: 18:00 for refreshments, start at 18:30

Quakers and Equality

Want to learn about a spiritual path that is simple, adventurous and radical? Come to any of these free events that will welcome anyone to meet, share discussion & learn more about Quakerism

Friends Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

For more information contact Manchester and Warrington Area Quaker Meeting: admin@manchesterquakers.org.uk

Manchester

Date(s): 03-Oct-19
Time: 18:00 for refreshments, start at 18:30

Quakers, Christianity and other Faiths

Want to learn about a spiritual path that is simple, adventurous and radical? Come to any of these free events that will welcome anyone to meet, share discussion & learn more about Quakerism

Friends Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

For more information contact Manchester and Warrington Area Quaker Meeting: admin@manchesterquakers.org.uk

Manchester

Date(s): 02-Oct-19
Time: 18:00 for refreshments, start at 18:30

Quakers and Worship

Want to learn about a spiritual path that is simple, adventurous and radical? Come to any of these free events that will welcome anyone to meet, share discussion & learn more about Quakerism

Friends Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

For more information contact Manchester and Warrington Area Quaker Meeting: admin@manchesterquakers.org.uk

Manchester

Date(s): 01-Oct-19
Time: 18:00 for refreshments, start at 18:30

Quakers: The Past and Future

Want to learn about a spiritual path that is simple, adventurous and radical? Come to any of these free events that will welcome anyone to meet, share discussion & learn more about Quakerism

Friends Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

For more information contact Manchester and Warrington Area Quaker Meeting: admin@manchesterquakers.org.uk

Mansfield

Date(s): 07-Oct-18
Time: 1:30 PM

And The Beat Goes On.........

And the Beat Goes on….. A celebration of Peace Activism and Nonviolent Direct Action in its myriad forms, featuring Quakers from the 1600s through to those of our own 21st century.

Mansfield Friends Meeting House
Rosemary Street
Mansfield
NG19 6AB

For more information contact Mansfield Quakers: https://www.facebook.com/mansfieldquakers/ Email vivienwhitaker@btinternet.com

Middlesbrough

Date(s): Sunday September 30 2018
Time: 3- 5 p.m.

Celebrating our window restoration

By invitation to a wide range of groups & individuals

Friends House Middlesbrough
131 Cambridge Road,
Middlesbrough
TS5 5HL

For more information contact Middlesbrough Quaker Meeting: Michael Wright 07966 527697

Plymouth

Date(s): 03-Oct-18
Time: 7.30 to 9.00 p.m.

Open evening

You can meet local Quakers, get information, and, if you wish, take part in a brief Meeting for Worship

Friends Meeting House
74 Mutley Plain
Plymouth
PL4 6LF

For more information contact Plymouth Quaker Meeting: swquakers.org.uk/meetings/devon/plymouth

Portree, Isle of Skye

Date(s): 14 September 2018 - 8 October 2018
Time: Library Opening Hours

Exhibition / display 'Quakers and What Do They Do?'

Our exhibition will explain what Quakerism stands for and the activities they are involved in.

Portree Library
Portree High School
Portree, Isle of Skye
IV51 9ET

For more information contact Skye, incorporating Stornaway, Meeting: Clerk of Skye Meeting

Portsmouth

Date(s): 30-Sep-18
Time: 10am to 12noon

Meeting for Worship for Healing

Feel free to come when you can and leave when you wish

Quaker Meeting House
25 Northwood Road
Portsmouth
PO2 9QT

For more information contact Portsmouth: Followed by lunch

Preston

Date(s): 30-Sep-18
Time: 2.00 to 4.00 p.m.

Meet a Quaker

Drop in any time between 2.00 and 4.00 for a brief introductory talk and a chance to meet some local Quakers. Light refreshments will be provided.

Quaker Meeting House
189 St George's Road
Preston
PR1 6NQ

For more information contact Preston Quaker Meeting: prestonquakerclerk@gmail.com

Saffron Walden

Date(s): 05/10/2018
Time: 7-9pm

Still Space for God?

To hear Paul Parker, Recording Clerk for Quakers in Britain, talk personally about practising stillness and action in the world. And to join in an exploratory spiritual discussion. Includes cake!

Friends Meeting House Saffron Walden
69 High Street
Saffron Walden
CB10 1AA

For more information contact Saffron Walden: http://www.saffronquakers.org.uk/

Scarborough

Date(s): 28-Sep-18
Time: 7:00 PM

Justice in an Age of Climate Chaos

How can we work towards climate justice? How might Quaker values help us to confront the injustices that have led to climate change? Talk by Olivia Hanks, discussion, tea & biscuits.

Scarborough Friends Meeting House
Quaker Close, Woodlands Drive
Scarborough
YO12 5QZ

For more information contact Scarborough Quaker Meeting: Dilys Cluer dcluer@emailcentre.co.uk

Seaford

Date(s): 21/09/2018
Time: Afternoon

International Day of Peace Vigil

Vigil

Peace Garden
The Crouch
Seaford
BN25

For more information contact Seaford: billchadkirk@gmail.com

Sheffield

Date(s): 02-Oct-18
Time: 19:30

Who are the Quakers?

Find out about Quaker worship, faith and practice in an open evening with Nether Edge Quaker Meeting. There'll be refreshments, and lots of time for questions! Everyone welcome.

Shirley House
31 Psalter Lane
Sheffield
S11 8YL

For more information contact Nether Edge Quaker Meeting: https://www.facebook.com/events/2122545294487219/

Sheffield

Date(s): 06-Oct-18
Time: 4 – 8 pm

Room for More

A celebration of sanctuary in Sheffield, organised together with City of Sanctuary, aimed at Quakers, refugees and asylum seekers. Songs, poems, dancing and a bring-and-share meal. All welcome.

Quaker Meeting House
10 St James St
Sheffield
S1 2EW

For more information contact Sheffield Quakers: -

St Neots

Date(s): 04/10/2018
Time: 09:00 - 16:00

Meet the Quakers

St Neots is a new Quaker Meeting and at our event you can find out more about Quakers

The Market Square

St Neots
PE19 2AJ

For more information contact St Neots Meeting: hello@stneotsquakers.net

Stocksfield

Date(s): 05-Oct-18
Time: 6:30 for 7pm

A Palestinian Supper Speaker

After refreshments, Jonathan Adams will speak about the role of Quakers in the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine & Israel. Tickets are £10.

Stocksfield Quaker Meeting House
5 New Ridley Rd, Painshawfield
Stocksfield
NE43 7LB

For more information contact Stocksfield: Caroline 01434 604747

Sutton

Date(s): 05-Oct-18
Time: 19.3

Storytelling evening with the amazing Cindylou Turner-Taylor

Swords, Silver Slippers and Subversion - Quaker lives retold

Sutton Friends Meeting House
10 Cedar Road
Sutton
SM2 5DA

For more information contact Sutton Meeting: www.cindylou.co.uk

Taunton

Date(s): 30/09/2018
Time: 14.00 ( tbc)

Journeymen Theatre: And The Beat Goes On...

Play about non violent direct action

Quaker Meeting House
Bath Place
Taunton
TA1 4EP

For more information contact Taunton: www.westsomersetquakers.org.uk 07377414101

Thirsk

Date(s): October- December 2018
Time: All day

Healing the Wounds of War

This exhibition celebrates Thirsk's Hall family. Jed took food from his shop to Vienna in 1919 and befriended the Schindlers. Isabel and Winnie hosted 2 German Jewish children in 1939. A myth was born

Thirsk Museum
Kirkgate
Thirsk
YO7 1BL

For more information contact Thirsk Quaker Meeting: Geofsewell@gmail.com

Thirsk

Date(s): 11/11/2018
Time: 3pm

And the Beat Goes on

A play by Journeyman Theatre to celebrate those who objected to War

Tba
Kirkgate
Thirsk
YO7 1BL

For more information contact Thirsk Quaker Meeting: Geofsewell@gmail.com

Thirsk

Date(s): 04/10/2018
Time: 7pm

Israel/ Palestine

Illustrated talk and discussion

Thirsk Quaker Meeting House
Kirkgate
Thirsk
YO7 1BL

For more information contact Thirsk Quaker Meeting: Geofsewell@gmail.com

Thirsk

Date(s): 07/10/2018
Time: 7pm

Wilfred Owen's last months in Ripon

Illustrated talk by a Cambridge academic

Thirsk Quaker Meeting House
Kirkgate
Thirsk
YO7 1BL

For more information contact Thirsk Quaker Meeting House: Geofsewell@gmail.com

Upper Clatford

Date(s): 25-Nov-18
Time: 14:30

THIS EVIL THING written and performed by well known actor Michael Mears

THIS EVIL THING is the compelling, shocking and inspiring and rarely told story of the men who said no to war; and the men and women who supported them

King Edward VII Memorial Hall
Village Street
Upper Clatford
SP11 7QL

For more information contact Andover Quaker Meeting: https://michaelmears.org/this-evil-thing. Contact AndoverLM@gmail.com

WOLVERHAMPTON

Date(s): 06-Oct-18
Time: 10.30am - 4pm

Who Are The Quakers?

Find out what Quakers believe, what happens in Quaker worship & Quakers' history of social action. Film clips, displays, discussion and refreshments. Everyone is welcome, with or without a faith.

Wolverhampton Quaker (Friends) Meeting House
Summerfield Road
WOLVERHAMPTON
WV1 4PR

For more information contact Wolverhampton Quaker Meeting: Call the Warden on 01902 426220 for more information

York

Date(s): 17-Nov-18
Time: 10am - 4.45pm

Peace Now: The Personal Dimension

A day of workshops will help develop skills for practical peace-making. Speakers will introduce different ways to reduce conflict and build peace and lead related group activities.

Quaker Meeting House
Friargate
York
YO1 9RL

For more information contact Friargate: www.yorkquakers.org.uk 01904 624065

York

Date(s): 06-Oct-18
Time: 9.30am - 5pm

Lifting the Shadow of World War One

Explore lessons from the past and ways to resolve conflict and promote peace today. Hear speakers from York, Leeds and Cambridge Universities, local historians, poets and peace activists.

Quaker Meeting House
Friargate
York
YO1 9RL

For more information contact Friargate Quaker Meeting: www.yorkquakers.org.uk 01904 624065