Historically the Society has organised two one-day meetings in various parts of the country each year, together with an Annual General Meeting in or near London during June or July.
We are very sorry that this has not been possible since the Covid-19 restrictions were introduced in the spring 2020.|
BUT there is always a silver lining and our Zoom meetings give many more members from all over the world a chance to attend and take part!
Zoom Meeting - Quakers in Politics
- Happening very soon - Hurry, Register now! - Our Third Zoom venture!
Tuesday April 20th 2021 at 7:00pm BST (19:00 UTC+1).
We are delighted to announce our next online meeting with 2 very knowledgeable speakers as you will see..
Kathryn Rix, ‘Petitioners, pioneering women, and parliamentarians: Quakers and the House of Commons in the nineteenth century’
Mark Frankel, ‘T. Edmund Harvey (1875-1955), politician of conscience’
The meeting will start at 7 pm BST, and each talk is expected to last between 30 and 40 minutes, with time for questions.
2021 Zoom Annual General Meeting
Saturday 5th June 2021 at 7:00pm BST (19:00 UTC+1).
Minutes of AGM held on 8 June 2019
Matters arising from the minutes
Presentation and adoption of the Annual Report (Chair/Secretary)
Presentation and adoption of the Accounts (Acting Treasurer)
To appoint the Independent Examiner for 2021
Election of the Honorary Officers and Committee
Resolutions (see Agenda insert for the text)
Date of the next Annual General Meeting
If you would like to attend either or both, please contact QFHS here secretary@QFHS.co.uk to request the Zoom link
events you wish to attend
Don’t worry – you will be emailed instructions telling you how to join before the event.
We look forward to meeting you!
QFHS Margaret Bennett Small Research
QFHS aims to support
research of interest and value to Quaker family historians, and wishes to
assist projects that can fulfil this aim.
Applications are invited for the 2022 award, a grant of up to £750 to support such research projects.
For full details and an
application form (click here).
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