Published on 8th June in WalesOnline, by Ian Lewis. Pam Evans, Founder and CEO of Peace Mala, was awarded the MBE for services to the promotion of peace and interfaith understanding in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2019. Following New York’s Twin Towers terrorist attack in 2001, she set about establishing the Peace Mala…Read More Founder of Peace Mala Recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2019
A wonderful article about our International Interfaith Liturgy for World Peace is featured in the Easter edition of Cymuned, which is published by the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon. The focus of this article is the music which will be featured during the service, which will be held at Brecon Cathedral on Monday 16th September…Read More Peace and harmony as service’s musical line-up is announced (Cymuned Easter 2019)
On Friday 12th April, Penllergaer Primary in Swansea, South Wales, celebrated achieving their Peace Mala Gold Accreditation Award. The ceremony was held at their school, where pupils were proudly presented a certificate and Peace Mala flag by founder Pam Evans to commemorate their wonderful achievements. Present at the event were also the High Sheriff of…Read More Penllergaer Primary Achieve Gold Award Accreditation
Peace Mala released 14 small symbolic doves made from wood painted in the Peace Mala colours and each carrying a Peace Mala bracelet (along with other items) during a ceremony that took place in our peace garden on 30th April 2015. Since then, the doves have made astonishing journeys across the world with various sponsor/guardians…Read More Want to Sponsor a Peace Mala Symbolic Dove of Peace?
Peace Mala was featured in the Winter 2018 edition of Cymuned magazine, published by the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon. We are delighted by the Diocese spreading the message of Peace Mala in this way. Below is a transcript and image of the article: ‘Peace Mala is a multi-award winning project for peace that Pam Evans…Read More A golden thread and a golden rule – how Peace Mala project is celebrating people’s differences