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A number of events at this time of Remembrance, concluding with Where Light Falls: Come and see powerful poetry, visuals and photography projected onto the canvas of Coventry Cathedral, telling the story of the city and its people. It’s a tale of destruction, recovery and resilience: from the medieval period through the destruction of the old cathedral during the Blitz, finishing with peace, reconciliation and the building of a modern city. Where Light Falls is free to attend and the illumination and projections will be repeated throughout each evening. Check website for dates and times.
8-10 November (Fri-Sun) Coatbridge The Language of Nonviolence—at Xavarian Conforti Centre. Organised by Pax Christi Scotland. Details from: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Join the Peace Pledge Union’s national ceremony to remember all victims of war and commit ourselves to working for peace.
Every year white poppy wreaths are laid in memory of all victims of war of all nationalities, both civilian and military.
London Students for Yemen will be speaking about the ongoing conflict. More speakers and details to be announced in the coming days.
If you are organising an alternative Remembrance Sunday ceremony in your own area, or would like advice on doing so, please get in touch with Peace Pledge Union at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 7424 9444.
Friday 22 November 6pm, – 8pm
Wheeler Hall, St Anne’s Cathedral, Leeds
The film lasts just under an hour and there will be an opportunity for questions and discussions afterwards.
A joint event between the J&P Commission and the Leeds Pax Christi group, this film is being shown as part of the offical programme for the Leeds Palestinian Film Festival