Thursday 23 August. 1.15pm. Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912). Talk by Charles Elford. Free. National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Place, London, WC2.
Thursday 23 August. Close of consultation on the future of Thameslink. See story ‘Threat to Thameslink Wimbledon Loop’ in News section below.
Saturday 13 October. Otley Courthouse
Sunday 14 – Sunday 21 October. South Yorkshire Schools.
Tuesday 23 October. Merlin Theatre, Frome.
Wednesday 24 October. Arlington Arts Centre, Newbury.
Monday 1 – Friday 26 October. Blyth Library
Monday 1 – Friday 12 October. Wallsend Memorial Hall
Monday 15 – Friday 26 October. Linskill Centre (North Shields)
Thursday 8 – Wednesday 21 November. Newcastle Library.
Friday 9 November - Friday 7 December. Segedunum Museum (Wallsend)
Friday 23 November - Friday 7 December. Seaton Sluice Community Centre
Monday 20 – Friday 21 December. John Willie Sams Centre (Dudley)
Monday 10 – Wednesday 19 December. Wellfield Middle School (Whitley Bay)
Monday 7 January 2013 onwards. St. Alban’s Church, Earsdon on permanent display
Psalm 150, Laudate Dominum, O Praise God in his Holiness. Chant by Sir C. V.Stanford – SC-T’s composition professor at the Royal College of Music.
Anthem By the waters of Babylon. Psalm 137 by SC-T.
Hymn tunes - Luconor, Jesu, the very thought of Thee by SC-T and Engelberg,
For all the Saints by Stanford.
Organ voluntaries and solos by SC-T & Stanford.
Tuesday 18 September. 6pm. A Quaker on the back benches: Edward Belson of Reading (1681-1746). Speaker Chris Skidmore. Quaker History Group. Qaker Centre, Friends House, 173 Euston Rd, London NW1. www.quaker.org.uk/quakerhistory
Tuesday, 18 September. 7pm. How the West Fuels War and Poverty in the Developing World. Discussion of Vijay Mehta’s book The Economics of Killing (Pluto Press). Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre, Edinburgh Campaigns Against Arms Trade and Uniting for Peace. Quaker Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace, Edinburgh, EH1 2JL. RSVP: Geoffrey Carnall - email@example.com or Brian Cooper – 01314469545. Vijay Mehta - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday 6 October. 11am-4pm. Mandy Hudson on Trade Unions and Equality and Alex Gordon on Political Education in Trade Unions. Independent Working Class Education group. Brunswick Centre, near Russell Square tube, London. (From Russell Square Tube follow Marchmont Street to Entrance One of the Brunswick Centre/big block of flats. There will be signs. Put Flat 10 (Community Centre) in entry phone and ring. Lift to Floor 2. Follow signs.)