Listed here are organisations which we consider are relevant to the work of the Quaker Service Memorial Trust.
- 1624 Country – Our Quaker heritage
George Fox was born in Fenny Drayton in 1624. This website offers information and walks in the areas where Quakerism was conceived.
- Becoming Friends
Becoming Friends: Living and Learning with Quakers is an innovative learning project from Woodbrooke and Quaker Life which aims to help newcomers develop an understanding of Quakerism.
- Britain Yearly Meeting
At Yearly Meeting, Quakers from all parts of Britain gather once a year.
- Central England Area Quaker Meeting
- FAU China Convoy Reunion Group
The FAU China Convoy Reunion Group organises the annual reunion of original members of the Convoy and is attended by their families and friends and those of Convoy members now deceased.
- Humanitarian Conflict Response Institute
The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI) at the University of Manchester is inspired by the need to conduct rigorous research and to support postgraduate training on the impact and outcomes of contemporary and historical crises.
- Northern Friends Peace Board
The Northern Friends Peace Board, representing Quakers in the North of Britain, works to promote peace ‘in all its height and breadth.’
Peacemakers (West Midlands Quaker Peace Education Project) educates for peace. Their trainers work with school staff and pupils to develop peaceful learning environments.
- Peace Education Network
Conflict resolution training, peace education for schools, and academic courses in Peace, War, Conflict and Defence Studies in the UK and abroad.
- Peace Hub
Peace Hub is a friendly, cafe-style space in Birmingham, where you can pop in to find out about peace & justice and take action.
- Quaker Quest
Quaker Quest aims to help you find out about the Quaker way of life.
- Quaker Schools in England
Main Quaker schools in England.
- Quaker Tapestry
A modern tapestry, this international community project explores three centuries of social history within 77 fascinating panels.
- Quakers in Britain
National British Quakers site.
- Quakers in the World
The QuakersInTheWorld web portal (QITW) was launched in early 2010. it aims to summarise Quaker witness past and present, and nurture future witness, all over the world.
- Rosemary Barnett- Sculptor
Rosemary Barnett, British sculptor, trained at Kingston School of Art and at the Royal Academy Schools. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors in 1998. Rosemary has designed the Quaker Service Memorial at the NMA
- Staffordshire Quakers
The official website of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Staffordshire.
- The National Memorial Arboretum
The website provides information about visiting the NMA
- Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre
At Woodbrooke you can experience short courses on personal spiritual growth, theology, creative arts, and training for Quaker roles. They also offer bed and breakfast accommodation, and hire out meeting rooms for conferences
- Young Johnson Monumental Masons
Young Johnson are the company who have built the Quaker Service Memorial at the NMA. Young Johnson is a specialist monumental masonry firm based in Westbury, Wiltshire. Young Johnson is a family business .