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On 15th November, people from a wide range of backgrounds gathered in Liverpool for the second of our autumn impact events. The event was convened by William Temple Scholar Gill Reeve to consider some of the latest research on place-shaping and discuss how this might inform practice. Gill writes… We met in St Michael in […]


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On 23rd October, the first of our autumn impact events took place at St Mary’s in the Marketplace, Stockport. The gathering was hosted by William Temple Scholar Matthew Barber, whose research into faith-based organisations has grown into a pioneering movement known as Spaces of Hope. The gathering followed previous Spaces of Hope events by drawing […]


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This autumn, the William Temple Scholars are running a series of innovative events, showcasing the impact of their cutting-edge research and offering different spaces for reflection on the place of religion in public life. From co-produced community projects to urban transformation, and social enterprise to climate activism, there’s something for everyone. Do register on Eventbrite […]


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