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Saint David’s Cathedral in Pembrokeshire West Wales The Right Reverend Carl Cooper, Bishop of Saint David’s, is an enthusiastic supporter of the Peace Mala. In his endorsement of the Peace Mala, Bishop Carl wrote: “I had read about your initiative in the press and would like to congratulate you and the children on all that…

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Peace Mala receives £1,000 from Carmarthenshire Police Community Challenge Fund Carmarthenshire Police heard about the Peace Mala after the Youth Team had given a presentation to the governors of Coedcae School in Llanelli and, two days later, to members of the public at the Botanical Gardens of Wales. One lady had been so impressed with…

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article in The Western Mail – October 6, 2003 Pupils and teachers who started a multicultural peace movement have been praised twice in one week. A number of religious intolerances after September 11 was the inspiration for the Peace Mala bracelets, worn to demonstrate tolerance. Councillors and ChildLine Cymru praised the scheme which now attracts…

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In celebration of the 10th anniversary of ChildLine Cymru Wales, a crackdown on bullying was launched between schools and the charity through the ChildLine in Partnership with Schools (CHIPS) initiative. CHIPS awards were given to deserving projects across the whole of Wales. There were ten finalists. On Friday 3rd October 2003, the Peace Mala received…

Read More Peace Mala receives the Childline Cymru Chips Friendship & Respect Award

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On Tuesday 23rd September 2003, the Peace Mala Youth Team was invited to the Chairman’s Room in County Hall Carmarthen to receive a special reception and buffet with members of Carmarthenshire County Council. Councillor Tegwen Devichand first met the Peace Mala youth team when they gave a presentation in Llanelli Town Hall on International Women’s…

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Youth leaders of Peace Mala, along with Pam Evans, meet members of the Japanese Royal Family at Lampeter University – June 16, 2003 Whilst waiting for the Supreme Primate, youth team leaders Emily Morris, Imran Sheikh and Kelly-Anne Thomas, together with Pam Evans, were interviewed by BBC, HTV and S4C. “This was a most wonderful…

Read More His Eminence, the Supreme Primate of Japan, Otani Koken at Lampeter University