Lent (2015) – Beer & Ethics

What: A chance for some grown-up discussions on issues that people encounter every day in their professional lives.

Who: Members of our own community working in banking, care of the elderly and in the military

Where: In the specially heated Lechmere Chapel of St Mary’s church, with a beer in your hand (or a glass of wine).

When: During the period of Lent leading up to Easter, on four evenings 8-9 pm and in the pub after for further chat.

Why: Traditionally Lent is time for reflection and thought, and also discussion, so why not?


Mon 9th March     BankingDo Banks Put Profit Ahead of Principle?
Paula Travis, HR Business Partner for Community Banking
Chaired by Canon Michael Brierley, Precentor Worcester Cathedral

Wed 17th March    Defence Issues –  How can the British Forces respond to current
international troubles?
Julian Barrell, Medical Reservist
Chaired by Canon Dr Alvyn Petersen

Mon 23rd March   Care of the Elderly What vision do we need for care ?
Andrew Darwent, Owner and manager of Albion Lodge


For more information contact Sue Adeney on 310440 or sadeney@metronet.co.uk

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