Sat May 9th - Sun May 17th When the war was over: European Refugees after 1945 Public exhibition at Amersham Meeting House, Whielden Street HP7 0JB Also: 'Then & Now: a story of refugees', Sun May 10th Talk at 2pm followed by a performance by Freedom from Torture's Write to Life group. All welcome; donations invited for Freedom from Torture
Sunday May 17th Talk: Charles Dickens & Religion 1.15pm Dr Tony Williams, Friends' Meeting House, 25 London Road, High Wycombe HP11 1BJ, All welcome; collection for expenses
Sunday June 14th 3pm Women in War a performance in words and music by Paula Tait Jordans Meeting House, Welders Lane HP9 2SN. £8 includes cream tea. All welcome Tickets & enquiries: 01494 876594 or email email@example.com
VISITING JORDANS MEETING HOUSE
Jordans Meeting House is open to visitors every day 2pm to 5pm, March 1st to Oct 31st or by arrangement (tel: 01494 876594)
Jordans Quaker Centre offers modern, purpose-built rooms for a variety of users at a venue steeped in history and surrounded by the unspoilt Chilterns beechwoods. Our lovely setting provides an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity, yet we are just five minutes drive from junction 2 of the M40 and ten minutes drive from junction 16 of the M25.
Our rooms are ideal for day-conferences, training, and business meetings of various kinds, but we also host family celebrations, yoga and movement classes, as well as coaching and counselling sessions. Our beautiful setting also makes this an inspiring venue for solo and group retreat-days. Jordans Quaker Centre is non-residential but we can recommend local accommodation.
See lettings for details of our rooms and rates.