This year, Quaker Tapestry Museum are putting on an exhibition to coincide with George Fox’s 400th Anniversary, launching at the end of March. Alongside this we are inviting children and
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As the project enters its fifth year(!) we would like to learn whether it has been effective in helping people engage with the environmental crisis – its underlying aim. If
The Loving Earth Project published a new poetry book on 5th October 2023, on #nationalpoetryday A book launch was held at Friends House and here is a video of the
Michael Mears recent lecture on the role of the arts and culture in promoting peace and opposing war. https://abolishwar.net/michael-mears/.
In association with our Loving Earth Project exhibition of textile art on display at Friends House, Euston, until 22 December we have two special events in association with the Quaker
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I’ve taken on the clerkship of QAN, in order to relieve Linda Murgatroyd who has been the clerk for some years and who has also taken the lead on QAN’s
The Loving Earth Project continues to exhibit around Britain, with exhibitions and events this summer in various venues around Devon, Sussex and Dorset, in Alnwick (Northumberland) , and Tring (Hertfordshire).
Amanda attends QAN Committee Meetings regularly and is part of the Communications Group. She posts on Facebook on the QAN and LEP pages and in the QAN Facebook group, where