Woodbrooke consults over cuts

Little demand for conferences and bed and breakfast, but online learning reaching more than ever before.

The Quaker study centre Woodbrooke has said it is exploring ways of reducing costs as it grapples with the ‘huge economic impact’ of the Covid-19 pandemic since March. In a statement released on 5 October it says that they are ‘working with staff’ and there will be ‘further updates once this period of consultation has concluded’.

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