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Oxford launch

On 30 November 2018, the Middle East Centre (MEC) at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, hosted the Oxford launch of the Palestinian History Tapestry (PHT).  The Tapestry has been …

Dec 2018 Read More →

Cheltenham Exhibition

Aug 2017 Read More →

Exhibition in the Glass Tank Oxford Brookes University

Women in Adversity contemporary and traditional crafts as a source of hope and income part of the 14th Oxford Human Rights Festival Monday 25th January – Friday 19th February 2016 …

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“The Village Shop” in Oxfordshire

Dave and Cheryl Chapman of the Village Shop in Stanton-St-John, Oxfordshire have very kindly offered us their shop window for the whole of July.  We have displayed the ‘Henna Party’ …

Jul 2015 Read More →

A Festival…Celebrating Life and Culture

We have generously been given space in St Giles Church Woodstock Road, to contribute to the festival  “Celebrating life and Culture” of Palestine and to show our work in progress. Excellent photo …

Jun 2015 Read More →

Lancet Palestinian Health Alliance Conference in Amman

We had a captive audience in Amman. “At the Lancet Palestinian Health Alliance Conference,  Jan Chalmers presented a clear and succinct description of the Palestine History Tapestry project. She explained how …

Apr 2014 Read More →

The Saturday Sale

Thank you to those who came on Saturday to the Palestinian Bazaar.  We had a good many people visit and a good fund raising session and we hope everyone is pleased …

Dec 2013 Read More →

The Christmas Bazaar

Diary date please… Saturday December 7th at the Friends Meeting House 43 St Giles Oxford, between 2pm and 5pm we will be holding our Christmas Bazaar.   We will be selling …

Nov 2013 Read More →

A Palestinian Barbeque

On Sunday 7th July we held a barbeque lunch in aid of the tapestry. It was ticket entry only [exclusive].  Every ticket holder who came had their fill of Palestinian …

Jul 2013 Read More →

Festive Bazaar in Oxford

A date for your diaries please

Nov 2012 Read More →