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Space to Be — Tuesday May 16th, 9.45 — 11am

Firstly, thank you to those who have commented on the format of Space to Be.

That was much appreciated by those of us who have been facilitating this.

As a result, Space to Be will be happening in May, with an amended format.

The meditation will be held from 9.45 to 10.15. There will be some prayer stations set out and everyone is welcome to stay after the meditation, or to come in any time between 10.15 and 11am.

There will not be tea and coffee supplied, but water will be made available.

We are going to try this and see if this meets the need of those who have shown an interest in Space to Be continuing.

We may well change the day and time in coming months to see if there is a better time for those who might be interested but for whomTuesday isn't a good day.

Please let Helen Carter or Jane Kent have any thoughts about a change of day and time.

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