was an open invitation from The Society of Friends
to anyone feeling, hurt, rejected, angry, misunderstood or unwelcome, as a result of the reactions to the recent referendum on Europe, to attend the meeting house in Cambridge Road, Middlesbrough.
9 (BNA): Council of Representatives Speaker Ahmed Ibrahim Al Mulla received the Chairperson of the Society of Friends
of the Environment, Khawla Al-Mohannadi, stressing the importance of environmental sustainability issues to achieve urban and ecological development as part of the Government Action Plan 2015-2018.
Fox's 1657 letter "To Friends Beyond the Sea" established his early concern with the potential problem of slavery for the Society of Friends
Austin rightly begins with a discussion of Rufus Jones' influence in founding the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) as a body dedicated to his vision of the Society of Friends
as a mystical religion demanding Quakers embrace a new form of social gospel and actively engage in efforts to overcome evil and injustice in seeking a better world.
Sandra Wadley, chairman of the Society of Friends
of King Richard III, said: "Although Richard III was born at Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire, he spent 10 years of his life f here in the North at Middleham.
The Religious Society of Friends
dates from the late 18th century and in evangelical parts of America Quaker meetings have been called Friends' churches since the late 19th century.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Spencer Perceval (1809-1812); 2 Taurus; 3 A cow; 4 Brian Epstein; 5 The Society of Friends
(Quakers); 6 Tourist Trophy; 7 Realtors; 8 Psycho IV: The Beginning; 9 Gums; 10 Big Brother.
Don't forget that in the Seventies Blatter was elected president of the World Society of Friends
of Suspenders, an organisation which tried to stop women replacing suspender belts with tights.
Audrey Wilson, Chair of the Society of Friends
of Bowring Park, said the repair cost would run to several hundred pounds.
William was 13 years old when he attended a meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
, also known as Quakers.
Amelia Opie (1769-1853), nee Amelia Alderson, came from a Norfolk Dissenting background and was a Radical in politics: in 1825 she joined the Society of Friends
Grace was an active member of the Worcester meeting of the Society of Friends
, and greatly appreciated the companionship of her fellow Quakers.