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A blog by Tim Burton-Jones One thing I’ve noticed about Black Country folk is that they’re very proud of where they’re from; they have great...
A blog by Tim Burton-Jones I was sat in a small warm room that contained only tables, chairs, and a few children’s drawings on the wall. I was...
As a part of our Know Your Neighbour series, we are exploring Hanukkah this week! What is Hanukkah? Often referred to as the Jewish festival of...
Last week was Inter Faith Week and to celebrate that, we asked people to share why they love diversity in this country by sharing what #...
  What is Diwali? Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a major festival celebrated throughout India and parts of wider Asia. It...
For Interfaith Week this year, Near Neighbours wants to celebrate all that is great about such cross-faith encounters in our country! We live in a...
Across the programme we're involved with a huge range of different projects and events taking place during InterFaith Week 2015 (November 15th and...
Tuesday 3rd November was another exciting day in the life of Near Neighbours as we were fortunate enough to be joined by Austria’s Foreign Minister...
The Near Neighbours conference Learning for our Future will be held at the CarriageWorks in Leeds, on 26th January 2016. Looking back over the...
October was a special month for Near Neighbours. We reached our landmark 1000th grant, but we also had two of our friends receive some exciting news...

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