Quaker Events

Opportunity to learn how to use our website - Sun 19th August

A not to be missed opportunity … our website designer, Mark, is going to offer an informal training session on Sunday 19th August, at 12 – 2pm, for a small group of Friends. He will offer:

an overview of how the website works
Q and A session on anything we need
input, tailored to our needs, on how we can make best use of the website
focus on adding content, eg pictures, documents etc
using the menu system

Walking In Sheffield; Sat 11th Aug

Friends,

Come with me and Zelly the dog on a walk around Ecclesfield and Whiteley.

Meet at 9.30am at the Ecclesfield, Church Street, 23837 (Actually on ST MARYS LANE) bus stop – just by the church. Buses 75 and 83, 30 minutes from the town centre.

Distance 3.5 miles/5.5km.

Route here: http://goo.gl/maps/DDN6G

We hope to have a picnic breakfast shortly after setting off, and then lunch afterwards in Ecclesfield old village.

If you want to come, contact Gordon Ferguson (0114) 268 6458, gordon.ferguson@phonecoop.coop.

News and Notices July 29th

View in your browser: http://www.sheffieldquakers.org.uk/newsletter/515/news-and-notices-july-...

Click here for notices for 22nd July:
http://www.sheffieldquakers.org.uk/m/shqu/notices_july29.pdf

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Hiroshima Day Monday August 6th 11am

To commemorate Hiroshima Day, the Lord Mayor will sign the Mayors for Peace declaration at 11am and there will be a message from the Mayor of Hiroshima.

Peace Picnic, Meersbrook Walled Garden Sunday 12 August 2pm – 5pm

To mark Nagasaki Day In the Japanese Garden, which is part of Meersbrook Walled Garden.

News and Notices July 22nd

View in your browser: http://www.sheffieldquakers.org.uk/newsletter/506/news-and-notices-july-...

Click here for notices for 22nd July:
http://www.sheffieldquakers.org.uk/m/shqu/notices_22-7-12.pdf

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Quaker Freeview viewers watch out!

Vibrancy in our meeting - Sun 29th 12 noon

Vibrancy in meeting visit

As you will all know, Sunday 29th sees the visit of Brian Fellowes from Quaker Life, who is part of a group exploring the topic of vibrancy in meetings. His visit will consist of a group questionnaire and discussion – and, much more importantly, cake at the start of the chat, and a shared lunch at the end. Contributions to both would be greatly appreciated, and indeed provide a rich example of how active and vibrant we are as a meeting.

Any questions, please contact myself (minkymonkeymoo@gmail.com) or one of the clerks (clerks.sc@sheffieldquakers.org.uk).

News and Notices July 8th

View in your browser: http://www.sheffieldquakers.org.uk/newsletter/484/news-and-notices-july-8th

Click here for notices for 8th July:
http://www.sheffieldquakers.org.uk/m/shqu/notices_8-7-12.pdf

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Quaker men’s group next Sunday 15th July.

Quaker men’s group will be meeting next Sunday after Meeting for Worship at 12pm in the Mezzanine room. Anyone interested who has not been and wants to find out more contact Mark Lallemand on crispylalls@yahoo.co.uk or on 2666448.

Totley Music Festival Sat 14 – Sun 22 July 2012

Walking In Sheffield; Sat 14th July, from 9am

Friends,

Join Pat and Ian Clerehugh for a walk round Ecclesall Woods and Whirlow, ending with lunch at the W.O.R.K. cafe at Bents Green. There will be a chance to visit the JG Graves Woodland Discovery Centre at the Ecclesall Saw Mill, and Whirlow Hall Farm with shop.

Meet between 9am and 10am for breakfast at the home of Pat and Ian Clerehugh, 20 Hill Turrets Close S11 9RE, at the bottom of Bents Road just by Ecclesall Road. Buses 83 and 88 every few minutes, 30 minutes from the city centre.

Distance 3.5 miles/5.5km.

Route here: http://goo.gl/maps/h85V

Picnic at Hazelhurst CSA - Sun 15th July after meeting

Friends,

On Sunday 15th July, there is the Quaker picnic at Hazelhurst Community Supported Agriculture project. This is an agricultural co-operative on the south side of Sheffield in the beautiful Moss valley. As well as the picnic, there will be a chance to look round the 12 acre site and talk to the growers.

Discover this exciting and innovative way to encourage local food production and link the city to the countryside. More about Hazelhurst here: http://www.hazelhurst.coop/ and in the local paper here: http://www.sheffieldtelegraph.co.uk/news/going_back_to_the_land_1_4135356.