Songs and poems for peace

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Plus stories of those who gave alternative service during WW1 – 4-5pm – followed by candlelit vigil for peace on the steps at Stockport Art Gallery , Wellington Road South SK3 8AB Stockport for Peace

NFPB meeting in York, 26/11

Northern Friends Peace Board members will soon be gathering at Friargate Meeting House in York on Saturday 26th November for their final meeting of the year. In the morning, Edinburgh Friend Janet Fenton will be speaking about the proposed nuclear weapons ban treaty, that was put in motion by the UN recently. Janet has been in New York working on this this autumn. Michael Elstub, of Settle Meeting, will be talking about the work of Veterans for Peace.

Protecting cultural heritage during armed conflict

Saturday, January 14, 2017

- Prof Peter Stone UNESCO Chair of Cultural Property Protection & Peace at Newcastle University, starting off the 2017 series of The Hexham Debates

Activist Gathering | Quakers in Britain

Saturday, December 3, 2016

York. . A day for Quakers currently taking action for social change to connect, share ideas and inspire each other.

Challenging the Fabric of Society

Friday, November 11, 2016 to Friday, January 20, 2017

until 20 January 2017 A temporary exhibition featuring items from the Bradford Peace Museum‘s unique and varied textile collection, including handmade banners and quilts that have been used at some of the most important peaceful protests and demonstrations of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Walk for Peace - Darlington

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Starts at the Quaker Meeting House, Skinnergate DL3 7NB at 12:30 Facebook Link

Annual Richardson Institute Peace Lecture with Jeremy Corbyn

Thursday, October 27, 2016

at the University of Lancaster – register via:

Quaker Approaches to Peace

This is Quaker week, and the following is the text of a new leaflet from us. It can be downloaded as a PDF from the link at the bottom and is available from our office – contact details on our home page

Peace, media and change

Darlington Meeting House was the venue for Northern Friends Peace Board’s conference on ‘Changing the Narrative for Peace – Critical role of the media’ on 24th September. Organised by the Board’s ‘Sustainable Security’ project group, the event was attended by around 40 participants, speakers and committee members. Local Quakers supported throughout the day with a warm welcome and hospitality.

Forced Migration: how can Quakers Respond?

Friday, February 3, 2017 to Sunday, February 5, 2017

Conference at Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre in Birmingham –


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