Full refund within 30 days if you're not completely satisfied.
CENTRALLONDONMEETINGROOM. Seats 12. Reasonable rates. The Penn Club 020 7636 4718. firstname.lastname@example.org
CONFLICT AT WORK
Mediation can harness the energy. Liz Law helps people work out their issues and needs. www.lizlawmediation.co.uk
DOYOUBELIEVEthat truth is openended, ever-evolving and available to all those who sincerely seek? Find like-minded company with the Quaker Universalist Group. Write: Carol Wise, Enquiries Secretary, QUG, 24 Rose Bank, Burley-inWharfedale, Ilkley LS29 7PQ. www.qug.org.uk
FLYFROMSTANSTED. Leave your car with a Friend. Free transport. Reasonable rates. 01279 870407.
The Quaker Bookshop free internet café!
As well as browsing among a great range of books in the Quaker Bookshop, you can also browse the worldwide web in the wi-fi enabled fairtrade Bookshop Café. Make it a day and enjoy lunch in Friends House Restaurant.
Bookshop open: Mon. 9 - 7. Tues. - Fri. 9 - 5. Sat. 4 Nov. 8.30 - 2. Restaurant open: Mon. - Fri. 8.30 - 4.30 (Lunch 12 - 2). Sat. 8.30 - 2.
See www.quaker.org.uk or call 020 7663 1030 or 020 7663 1031 Email: email@example.com
GREEN BUILDING STORE For sustainable homes & Meeting Houses!
FSC-certified windows and doors, water-saving WCs and urinals, natural paints, guttering, insulation and much more. Mail order. On-line.
Telephone 01484 854898 www.greenbuildingstore.co.uk
HANNAHLIGHTFOOT - Britain’s Quaker Queen. Read her fascinating story. Buy at a discount from: www.cardinalpress.co.uk
LIVING FURNITURE TLC for your furniture Professional furniture restoration, upholstery, gilding, carving. Ornate period antiques to simple Quaker benches. Nationwide. Roland Carn 56 Alexandra Grove, London N12 8HG. 020 8446 5772 firstname.lastname@example.org
WALKCHEERFULLYINAUTUMNLEAVES in shoes made for you by James Taylor & Son, Bespoke shoemakers, 4 Paddington Street (near Baker Street), London W1U 5QE. Telephone. 020 7935 4149. www.taylormadeshoes.co.uk
Switch your home and meeting house to Ecotricity. See back cover for details.
the Friend, 3 November 2006