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August 2010 Andy Cawley, a gifted Kinesiologist, decided to celebrate his 50th birthday by doing something different and memorable. His plan was to cycle from John O’Groats to Land’s End. Andy felt that his journey would be especially significant if his cycle could raise sponsorship money for the work of Peace Mala. To help send…

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People who promote tolerance in their communities have been recognised by the First Minister of Wales – 10th June, 2010 Pam Evans receives ‘Promoting Tolerance’ award from First Minister for Wales “In 2009 the Welsh Assembly Government launched a new awards system which allows it and others to recognise and show appreciation for, what people from Wales…

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Bonnie Tyler presented with the Harald Glööckler Angel Award – December 2009 Bonnie Tyler and actress Nastassja Kinski were presented with the first ever Harald Glööckler Angel Awards in Berlin as part of his annual Christmas party. The star couturier explained that he has created the award to personally thank women for making the world…

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Dolen Mynyw – Menevia News Official Newspaper of the Menevia Diocese – November 2009 Peace – Tangnefedd – Shal’om article by Father Ceirion Gilbert Over the past&nbspfew weeks, the theme of Peace has been weaving its thread, constant and rainbow-like, through my appointments and, therefore, thoughts and horizons. Last Sunday, outside the Priory in what was a…

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South Wales Evening Post – September 22, 2009 article by Alex Brown Youngsters from five Swansea schools have been praised for their contribution to promoting peace and tolerance. Clase Primary School, St Joseph’s Cathedral Infants School, Hafod Primary School, St Helen’s Primary School and the Step Ahead Education Centre in Cockett all received recognition in the annual…

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