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Independant Publishing showcase

Pose your questions about the publishing industry to panellists from The Emma Press, Peepal Tree Press,

Spring into action

Many thanks to those of you who sent in images last month. We still need your photographs of Friends doing their thing

Taking pictures

A short guide about taking pictures that mean something, inspire. How to record what happens.

Taking photos, telling stories

We need pictures of real Quakers doing Quakery things and the events they go to. Got a camera or a smartphone?

Contacting your MP: why, when and how

"So, writing to your MP can work. But what happens if your MP doesn't reply,

Life of Keighley Meeting 2017

A quiet year of consolidation is probably an apt description of 2017.

The Kindlers - Review 5

The Kindlers: Saturday 20th May 2017: Carlton Hill Quaker Meeting House

The Kindlers - Review 4

Saturday 22nd April 2017: Carlton Hill Quaker Meeting House

The Kindlers - Review 2

Saturday 25th February 2017: Carlton Hill Quaker Meeting House

The Kindlers - review 1

Saturday 28th January 2017: Carlton Hill Quaker Meeting House

The Kindlers - review 3

Saturday 25th March 2017: Carlton Hill Quaker Meeting House

Life of Keighley Meeting 2016.

The world has been a difficult place in 2016 beset by conflict and division at home and abroad.

Enlivening and Enriching our Meetings

This day workshop was presented by the Kindlers and Quaker Life Network, and financially supported by Quakers in Yorkshire.

Life of Keighley Meeting 2015

2015 has been a busy year in many ways

Quaker life Representative Council Meeting

This was my first experience of QLRC so I didn’t quite know what to expect,

A first experience of British Yearly Meeting (BYM)

“You should go, I think you will enjoy it” - words spoken to me by Chris Skidmore,

“Singing in the Dark Times”: A Call to Action

A review by: Roger Ellis of “Singing in the Dark Times” performed at: Bush Hall London.

A Quaker Dilemma

The Rowntree Family And The Great War 1914-18

Stained Glass Workshop


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