Start: 4th March 2017
End: 4th March 2017

Event Venue

Hilfield Friary, Dorchester, DT2 7BE

This popular event is now Fully Booked

Two talks by Michael Northcott, Professor of Ethics at the University of Edinburgh and a priest in the Scottish Episcopal Church. He is known for his contributions to environmental theology and ethics.

Brexit, Trump and the Common Good

Rediscovering a Local Sustainable and Spiritual Economy

Schedule of the Day 

9.45-10.15: Arrivals – Tea & Coffee

10.15-12.45: “Brexit, Trump and the Common Good”

12.45-14.00: Lunch

14.00-16.00: “Rediscovering a Local Sustainable and Spiritual Economy”

Hilfield Friary will provide soup, bread, cheese, fruit, and hot drinks. We request a £12 donation for the day and advance booking, but if neither of these is possible we do invite you to come anyway!

For more details contact Hilfield Friary.


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