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< January 2021 >
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4 5 6 7 8 9Be the LightBe the LightTime: 10:30 - 12:30
The first of two creative workshops, part of Echo Eternal’s Horizons Festival in the run up to Holocaust Memorial Day, exploring the testimony of Holocaust survivor Agnes Kaposi and how we can take a stand against hatred and intolerance. The workshops will be led by writer Mandy Ross, and hosted by FOLIO Sutton Coldfield. Anyone who is interested in community relations, working against prejudice and intolerance, or simply learning more about the experiences of Agnes Kaposi is welcome to join us. These workshops are aimed at adults.
These workshops will take place on Zoom. Participants will be sent the Zoom link once signed up. To sign up for either or both workshops please email info@foliosuttoncoldfield.org.uk
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11 12 13Be the LightBe the LightTime: 19:30 - 21:00
The second of two creative workshops, part of Echo Eternal’s Horizons Festival in the run up to Holocaust Memorial Day, exploring the testimony of Holocaust survivor Agnes Kaposi and how we can take a stand against hatred and intolerance. The workshops will be led by writer Mandy Ross, and hosted by FOLIO Sutton Coldfield. Anyone who is interested in community relations, working against prejudice and intolerance, or simply learning more about the experiences of Agnes Kaposi is welcome to join us. These workshops are aimed at adults.
These workshops will take place on Zoom. Participants will be sent the Zoom link once signed up. To sign up for either or both workshops please email info@foliosuttoncoldfield.org.uk
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18 19 20 21The church on the hill – a history of Holy TrinityThe church on the hill – a history of Holy TrinityTime: 19:30 - 20:45
The story of this Grade I listed building begins uncertainly in the thirteenth century and unfolds over succeeding centuries to reveal a church consistently at the heart of its community adapting to national and local changes, while remaining a place for worship and community activity. Stella Thebridge draws on the rich resources of earlier writers as well as contemporary local historians to highlight this fascinating story, as recounted in two recent complementary publications – a guide book and a church history, both in full colour. The books represent the culmination of a Heritage Lottery funded project at the church which enabled new research to be undertaken to inform these two books which bring the history up to date following a sensitive refurbishment of the church interior in 2016-18.
FREE but please register in advance: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/9216079590479/WN_MOhhSRZ4SMKeywptMm77Mg?fbclid=IwAR1Uih6m_LN2P9Y9_q6v9ElBKhl2Qrak_6BtGy1IJp3WtIhBZByMJocL7Oc
Once you have registered you will receive the link to join the talk on 21 January.
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More details soon Online
28‘Tales yet to be Told,’ featuring new strange ghost stories‘Tales yet to be Told,’ featuring new strange ghost storiesTime: 19:30 - 20:45
Come and enjoy some spooky stories featuring Sutton Coldfield spectres! As told by author and actor Patrick Hayes.
This event is FREE but booking is required: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8a7bQIv5SES0K9IR8k4ShQ?fbclid=IwAR2CJw-8lrAOkwcQu0VGWvDnY8bmZ-QK82YErYAHf6I1Y1cmOu6Bi3Qu-vw
Once you've registered you will be emailed a link for the event.
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