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22 August 2008


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Moyallon and the Quaker Youth Pilgrimage
Days after hosting young Quakers from across the globe, the Moyallon Quaker centre near Portadown in Northern Ireland has escaped the heavy flooding that affected the province last weekend

  • The centre, which was built two years ago after previous arrangements were deemed unsuitable by health and safety officials, is based in County Antrim, one of those affected by the torrential downpours
  • Days before the rains, young Friends on the fiftieth Quaker Youth Pilgrimage (QYP) had helped landscape the grounds


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