The Send a Child to Hucklow Fund

On Sale for SACH
(all proceeds go to SACH : please contact the Hon. Secretary)


CDs


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"WE’RE FOLK AND WE’RE SINGING: UYPL Folk Sessions from the 1960s"

The first 14 tracks were recorded at Wythenshawe Unitarian Church, Manchester at the Unitarian Young Peoples League annual Drama Festival on Saturday 20th March 1965. The next 12 tracks were recorded during the UYPL’s Manchester Region Annual January Weekend at Great Hucklow on Friday 26th January 1968.
Postage and packing free for a minimum donation of £7.00.

Trevor and Sheila Jones CD

Featuring several old favourites and original songs from the '60s Wythenshawe folk club scene, recorded by John Hewerdine.
Postage and Packing free for a minimum donation of £5.00

Books


"Christianity, community and social concern"
Long-standing SACH Trustee R J ("Reg") Ash's solidly-researched, splendid "History of the Liverpool Domestic Mission Society from 1836" … to the time he became Warden in 1969;
and after …
"Changes and Challenges: a personal history"
… continuing the story, including "Send a Child", from 1969 to 2014.
(hardback: 2 volumes, £10 each)

"Christianity, community and social concern"

Long-standing SACH Trustee R J ("Reg") Ash's solidly-researched, splendid "History of the Liverpool Domestic Mission Society from 1836"… to the time he became Warden in 1969; and after…
Hardback: 2 volumes, £10.00 each.


"Post Script"

Poems by Keith Gilley, Illustrated with original art by Judy Gilley. £5.00.



Also…

Faith & Freedom is a scholarly journal with articles and reviews concerning liberal religion. A "2016 Faith in the World Calendar", featuring "Send a Child" week photos, John Hewerdine's pictures from India, and much more, is available with proceeds going to "Send a Child to Hucklow". Suggested donation a minimum £5.00. Available from: Nigel Clarke, 16 Fairfields, Kirton in Lindsey, Lincolnshire DN21 4GA.

 

The Send A Child To Hucklow Fund originated in 1961 and became a registered charity (No. 271585) in 1976.
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