Quakers in Britain

Quakers in Britain
Friends House
173 Euston Road






020 7663 1000

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The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) are a peace church with a particular history & authority borne by 350 years of upholding & promoting peace.

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Quakers offer another view of World War I


Quakers in Britain release a free resource pack ‘Witnessing for Peace on the centenary of WWI’, telling the stories of the early stages of the war from a Quaker perspective. The pack contains a newspaper featuring articles by present-day Quakers and original 1914 contributions to The Friend, (the Quaker magazine), peace education materials, an audio play about members of the Rowntree chocolate family, a timeline about the creation of Friends’ Ambulance Unit and images from the Quaker archives.


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How to obtain

To order a free resource pack, telephone The Quaker Centre: 020 7663 1030 or email quakercentre@quaker.org.uk. Available for download from www.quaker.org.uk/WWI