On Saturday 21st October, Polmont Quakers had our second Coffee Morning in the church nearest to the High Street in Falkirk.
In these sombre days of Remembrance, many wear red or white poppies. Some wear both together.
Maddie Orr, present at the Scottish Link weekend held from 6th-8th October 2017, writes:
Quakers in Britain welcome the decision by the Scottish Government to ban fracking. They say the decision is a key step in tackling the climate crisis.
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Mairi Campbell-Jack, Parliamentary Engagement Officer for Quakers in Scotland and members of Action of Churches Together in Scotland and Scottish Churches Parliamentary Office met with Margar
Scottish Quakers, through the Parliamentary Liaison Group, held a symposium on Saturday 29 October on the subject of tax and land reform.
On 27th October, St Andrews Quakers celebrated the completion of a labyrinth in Kinburn Park, St Andrews.
Inverness Quakers lay a wreath of red and white poppies every year at the Cavell Memorial in Inverness. For the past two years the children have laid the wreath on the memorial.