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Quakers respond to lockdown easing for places of worship

Quakers are preparing to come together again as the lockdown across England eases, with many proceeding with caution. Following the prime minister’s announcement on 23 June that places of worship in England are able to open from 4 July, provided physical distancing rules are observed, Meetings have been considering how best to move forward with Meetings for Worship (MfW).

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