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Classical concert will back refugees and our building fund

Concert Mozart in Mannheim classical flute quartets performed on historical instruments with Rachel Brown and members of the Revolutionary Drawing Room Sunday November 15th 2015, 3pm Winchmore Hill Meeting House Church Hill, London N21 1LE Tickets available from Linda Davis Email: linda.davis.sheepdip@btinternet.com Tel: … Continue reading

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No plans for booksale

Winchmore Hill Quakers are sorry to announce that they have no current plans to run the joint Amnesty-Quakers booksale. We have enjoyed running this event over the last five years but with changes to the way Amnesty runs its book … Continue reading

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In defence of multicultural Birmingham

In the wake of the Paris bombings there has been much media hysteria about the Islamification of European cities, not least from the US TV channel Fox News.  Steve Emerson, a “terrorism expert” for the Fox News, claimed  that Birmingham is … Continue reading

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Tony Gibson

Tony Gibson was a community activist and long-standing attender at Winchmore Hill Meeting, who had moved away some years ago.  I have fond memories of him. As this obituary in The Guardian indicates, his lifetime’s work was inspired by his … 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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Fifth amazing second hand booksale 12th April

Winchmore Hill Quakers and  Amnesty International  announce their fifth BLOCKBUSTER SECOND HAND BOOK SALE Thousands of quality second hand books at bargain prices.  (And we mean thousands, and we mean quality and we mean bargain) 11am-3.30pm, Saturday 12th April 2014 … Continue reading

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Do local newspapers live off immoral earnings?

Our local MP David Burrowes is raising a petition to stop local newspapers and others accepting adverts from institutions (like “saunas”) selling sex.  One local paper has backed the campaign and will not take such adverts. David’s petition is here … Continue reading

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Film and exhibition for Holocaust Memorial Day

The Dugdale Centre is showing an exhibition of paintings from Holocaust survivor and Enfield resident Moshe Galili.  this runs from 20 Jan for four weeks.  There will also be a screening of the film Fateless. http://n21.net/newsandarticles/101-n21-news-items/751-watch-out-the-holocaust-exhibition-at-the-dugdale-centre-enfield-town.html Please like & share:

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The Great British Quake Off

We liked the N21 online report- which follows!  Note we are inviting people to come for tea and cake 12-1, Sunday 6th October (come at 10.30 if you want worship.)  Bring something if you want but we don’t expect it!   … Continue reading

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Summer concert sell out success

Our cheerful summer concert sold out and raised almost £900 for the Meeting House Appeal. Our thanks to the musicians who gave their services in support!  And to all those who spread the word, helped with the organisation, provided the refreshments … Continue reading

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