If so, you might like to consider inviting one of the following:
Angela Glendenningworked for the Probation Service until her retirement in 1995. She has wide experience of the voluntary sector and race relations and for six years she was a non-executive director of a community health trust. In 2008 she was North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Citizen of the Year. In 2011 and 2012 she took part in olive tree planting and picking programmes in the occupied West Bank of Palestine. She is honorary patron of the African Children’s Educational Trust.
- My Just 70 Challenges
- Planting Olive Trees in Palestine
- Educating Ethiopians to Develop Ethiopia
Mohammed Mukhaimar is a Palestinian. He trained in the USA before returning to Gaza to join a Mental Health Programme as part of a crisis intervention team. He is now working as a psychotherapist in Stoke-on-Trent and lives with his family in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
- Growing up in Gaza: Place, Space and Identity
Pat Mood is a practising Christian with a commitment to social justice. She spent her working life as a social worker with children and families, in hospital care and for 24 years in hospice and bereavement care. In October 2012 Pat took part in an olive picking programme in the occupied West Bank of Palestine.
- Picking Olives in Palestine: A Christian Perspective
Invitations to be sent:
C/o Angela Glendenning, 32 Dartmouth Avenue,
32 Dartmouth Avenue, Newcastle-under-Lyme ST5 3NT
T: 01782-616368 or E: email@example.com
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