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Bristol Quakers meet in seven locations in Bristol area:
This is an annual event, offering the opportunity to visit a range of places of worship. It aims to give a flavour of the many faiths in the city of Bristol. Last year a total of 16 places of worship opened their doors. In addition, 7 of the 16 venues formed a designated ‘Faith Trail’, each representing a different faith.At each of these 7 core venues there was an opportunity to participate in a discussion. If you would likeyour place of worship to be part in next year’s event, please get in touch. Contactinfo@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk or call 07789 040267.
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Science and technology have brought major benefits to humankind. But they have also brought enormous threats – from nuclear warheads to robotic weapons and from climate disruption to mass extinction. Science and technology can help create a fairer society – but too often they are used to entrench inequality and injustice. In this lecture, Dr Parkinson will examine how society uses and misuses science and technology – and highlight ways in which we can reshape our relationship with these powerful forces to help bring about a more secure and sustainable society.
Dr Stuart Parkinson started his career as an electronic engineer in the arms industry before ethical concerns led him to pursue a PhD in climate science and then move into policy and campaign work across science, technology and ethical issues. He has authored and co-authored numerous reports, including ‘Offensive Insecurity’, ‘Soldiers in the Laboratory’, ‘Science and the Corporate Agenda’, ‘UK Nuclear Weapons: a catastrophe in the making?’ and ‘Shale Gas and Fracking: examining the evidence’.
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Roger Angerson is leading a trip to 1652 Country for Frenchay Local Meeting in April/May. There are still seven places left, which we would like to offer to Friends from Area Meeting.
A full itinerary is available from Roger, but a concise version follows:
Tuesday 30th April
Visit to Firbank Fell, Brigflatts Meeting and Quaker tapestry in Kendal.
Visit to Swarthmoor Hall, Swarthmoor Meeting and Sunbrick Burial Ground.
Free day with many possibilities for further visits: Ulverston market town; Barrow in Furness boatbuilding town; Grange over Sands; Silverdale RSPB reserve Leighton Moss; Lancaster; or enjoying the hotel swimming pool.
The trip, costing £436, promises to be interesting and informative, and will give you the opportunity to experience the places and landscapes that formed the backdrop to our early Quaker history. Doing so in the company of caring and friendly companions adds to the appeal of the trip.
If you would like to join this trip, early booking is essential, so please contact Roger Angerson on 0117 9569490 or Jenny Griffin on email@example.com by Sunday 20thJanuary at the latest.