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The Work of our Hands? Reconciliation in Turbulent Times
Jul 2 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

A conference organised by the Fellowship of Reconciliation and Church and Peace at Bull Street Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham offering ‘a chance to reflect on the world as we find it, to think about actions we can take and how to care for ourselves and others while following the long path to reconciliation’. Keynote Speakers: Rev Barbara Glasson, Dr Justine Huxley.

A £15.00 day ticket to the conference includes refreshments and buffet lunch. To join the day, please register at:

Crewe: Leafleting Railway enthusiast on Nuclear Transportation
Jul 16 @ 10:30 am

Saturday 16th July  from 10.30 a.m. Members of Pax Christi  will gather  with others at Gresty Bridge Railway Depot, for  the open day of DRS , the train company that transports highly radioactive used nuclear fuel to Sellafield/Windscale, Cumbria, for storage.   We will  give out leaflets   about  nuclear waste  and nuclear energy  to the hundreds of  rail enthusiasts   who always  attend  this event .

 Venue :  Gresty Bridge  Railway Depot Gresty Road, Crewe, CW2 5AA.

 Contact person : Martyn Lowe 

By Car.

There are two public car parks nearby.  Crewe Railway Station Car Park, Pedley Street, Crewe, CW2 7AA and Crewe Alexandra Football Club Car Park, Gresty Road, Crewe, CW2 6EB.

By Train.

Gresty Bridge Railway Depot is approx 1 mile from the railway station.  Exit the station heading left onto Nantwich Road then turn left onto Gresty Road and follow until you arrive at DRS Depot.

CND Online Workshop: How to get our councils to support the TPNW
Jul 19 @ 7:00 pm

The United Nation’s Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons came into force on January 22nd 2021, with 66 nations already ratifying the historic treaty, which bans nuclear weapons for the first time. While the UK and other nuclear powers refuse to engage with the TPNW – grassroots campaigns have sprung up to lobby their local authorities to embrace the treaty and become a nuclear ban community.

But what is a nuclear ban community? How did cities like Leeds, Edinburgh, Manchester, and Norwich achieve this status in the UK? How will this pressure the UK government to follow suit? All these questions and more will be discussed in an exciting online workshop co-organised by CND and Nuclear Free Local Authorities. 

This workshop will see an exchange of best practice and ideas, explore how to deal with any difficulties that have arisen in the campaign, and provide a space to ask any questions about the best way forward. Facilitated by CND General Secretary Kate Hudson, guest speakers will include Seth Shelden, who was instrumental in getting New York to back the campaign. Don’t miss out on what will be a rewarding event for both novice and seasoned anti-nuclear campaigners alike.

Commemoration of the Bombing of Hiroshima
Aug 6 all-day
Coventry: Hiroshima Day
Aug 6 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Everyone is welcome at this event at Coventry Cathedral, where there will be music, poetry, and opportunity to make cranes of peace.

Timetable: Taiko Drumming performance – 1pm to 2pm Rememberance Service – 2pm to 3pm. Chat and farewells – 3pm to 3.30pm

The Lord Mayor of Coventry, a representative of the Embassy of Japan, and the community from Japan in Coventry will be present.

The link for the Cathedral’s Facebook live stream is For further information please contact David Fish on 07779 784 786 or

Commemoration of the Bombing of Nagasaki
Aug 9 all-day
Commemoration of the life and witness of the Blessed Franz Jägerstätter
Aug 9 all-day
WCC World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel
Sep 15 – Sep 22 all-day

The World Council of Churches invites people and churches all over the world to pray, advocate, and stand in solidarity with people in the Holy Land under the theme “Faith, Hope and Love in Action: Towards Justice in Israel Palestine.”

Days of Action for Nonviolence
Sep 21 – Oct 2 all-day
Remembrance Sunday
Nov 13 all-day

White poppies available from Peace Pledge Union ‘represent remembrance for all victims of war, a commitment to peace and a challenge to attempts to glamorise or celebrate war’.

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