‘Wales, Peter said, is invisible. Quakers don’t see Wales.’

David Harries reports from Meeting of Friends in Wales in Lampeter, last month

'Wales is a global leader in bilingual culture, is politically progressive, and is confident in its achievements.' | Photo: Alex Liivet / flickr CC.

What happens when thirty-five or so Friends from Wales and neighbouring counties get together, for the three-times-a-year Meeting of Friends in Wales (MFW)? Fellowship, mutual aid and discernment. (Mutual aid has to do with cooperation across our Area Meetings, work on a new website to cater for our needs, and attention to the simplification of our structures.)

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