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Events

Events for April

 

Love it or loathe it, there are a lot of golfers out there. Aiming to to reach as many of them as possible is Logos Golf Ministries: 'Taking the Word of God to the world of golf'. The organization is a charity dedicated to helping Christians to use their golf for a worthy purpose. 'We love the Lord and we know the sport of golf.'
If that's you down to a tee, why not join Logos for its National Golf Event in Tewkesbury this month. It takes the form of a weekend (April 27/28) at Hilton Puckrup Hall on the edge of the Cotswolds. The hall is set in 140 acres of parkland and has its own 18-hole championship golf course and spa.
The event will be a opportunity for Christian golfers to meet, hear about golf ministry and enjoy some friendly competition. 
The cost for the two days is £159 per person for single occupancy or £129 per person for a twin. This includes one night's accommodation, 18 holes of golf on Friday afternoon, dinner on Friday night, breakfast, and 18 holes of golf on Saturday, followed by a two-course meal. Dinner on the Friday evening will be followed with a guest speaker.
For more information the Logos website at www.logosgolfministries.com should put you in the swing of things.
Everyone agrees that the country has been let down by bankers over the last few years, but where should we start with reform? A weekend conference in Edinburgh aims to work out how to make the banking system serve the interests of society, rather than the other way around. Just Banking (April 19/20) has been organised by a number of groups (Friends of the Earth Scotland, Christian Aid, the New Economics Foundation, the Scottish Trade Union Congress, the World Development Movement and Unison) and will take place at the University of Edinburgh Business School.
Speakers include Adam Posen, member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, Ann Pettifor of Policy Research in Macro Economics, Michael Meacher, MP and Richard Werner, a professor of International Banking. Prices range from £5 for evening only to £100 for a full pass. See www. justbanking.org.uk.
We like an art exhibition at Third Way and welcome the arrival of Engedi Arts in Colwyn Bay. The community group launches with an Easter Story Exhibition (March 30 - April 8), which will host national and local artists in a diverse range of media. See www. engediarts.com for more news.

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Love it or loathe it, there are a lot of golfers out there. Aiming to to reach as many of them as possible is Logos Golf Ministries: 'Taking the Word of God to the world of golf'. The organization is a charity dedicated to helping Christians to use their golf for a worthy purpose. 'We love the Lord and we know the sport of golf.'
If that's you down to a tee, why not join Logos for its National Golf Event in Tewkesbury this month. It takes the form of a weekend (April 27/28) at Hilton Puckrup Hall on the edge of the Cotswolds. The hall is set in 140 acres of parkland and has its own 18-hole championship golf course and spa.

The event will be a opportunity for Christian golfers to meet, hear about golf ministry and enjoy some friendly competition. 

The cost for the two days is £159 per person for single occupancy or £129 per person for a twin. This includes one night's accommodation, 18 holes of golf on Friday afternoon, dinner on Friday night, breakfast, and 18 holes of golf on Saturday, followed by a two-course meal. Dinner on the Friday evening will be followed with a guest speaker.

For more information the Logos website at www.logosgolfministries.com should put you in the swing of things.

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Everyone agrees that the country has been let down by bankers over the last few years, but where should we start with reform? A weekend conference in Edinburgh aims to work out how to make the banking system serve the interests of society, rather than the other way around. Just Banking (April 19/20) has been organised by a number of groups (Friends of the Earth Scotland, Christian Aid, the New Economics Foundation, the Scottish Trade Union Congress, the World Development Movement and Unison) and will take place at the University of Edinburgh Business School.

Speakers include Adam Posen, member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, Ann Pettifor of Policy Research in Macro Economics, Michael Meacher, MP and Richard Werner, a professor of International Banking. Prices range from £5 for evening only to £100 for a full pass. See www. justbanking.org.uk.

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We like an art exhibition at Third Way and welcome the arrival of Engedi Arts in Colwyn Bay. The community group launches with an Easter Story Exhibition (March 30 - April 8), which will host national and local artists in a diverse range of media. See www. engediarts.com for more news.