Monthly Archives: May 2014

North London Quaker AwayDay – all welcome Sat Oct 4th

  We return to the lovely grounds of Capel Manor for the theme “Nurturing Earth and Spirit”.  Tickets £10/what you can afford, all welcome, please offer lifts to and fro.  This is an all age event and children particularly welcome. 9.30      … Continue reading

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The wisdom of people who disagree with us

More people turned out to vote than in the equivalent elections last time.  Across the internet people are denouncing, arguing, celebrating and commiserating.  The last few days have been a barrage of people wanting to send some message or other, … Continue reading

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Eye witness accounts from West Bank: 10 June, 7.30pm

Eye witness accounts from West Bank come to Winchmore Hill Can there be a just peace in the Middle East?  Winchmore Hill Quakers host a fascinating talk on the situation in Israel-Palestine from Ali Morgan, who has recently returned from … Continue reading

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Channel Four living off immoral earnings

Channel Four is gutter diving.  It proposes a gameshow in which six couples will be selected by experts from a pool of contestants and then legally married, after a brief, or non existent, chance to get to know each other. … Continue reading

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Voting is sacred

We’ve had leaflets through the door, a very questionable poster from one party on the main road, and I saw our MP looking rather stressed on Green Lanes. Many economists would have it there is no point in voting, since one … Continue reading

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Arlo Tatum obituary

Guardian obituary of one-time Winchmore Hill Meeting warden Arlo Tatum. I remember him slightly as a child but he obviously was a deeply principled pacifist.  You can read it here. Please like & share:

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Vigil to commemorate World War 1 conscientious objectors

Tottenham Quakers will be holding a vigil on Thursday 15th May, to commemorate International Conscientious Objectors’ day. The vigil will celebrate and pay homage to the more than 16,000 British conscientious objectors of WW1, and will pay a particular tribute to … Continue reading

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