Rookhow meetings

Jun 15, 2020


Each Wednesday between 3.30-4.30pm we’re inviting people to come to the Rookhow Zoom cafe for a further update on our developments.

Zoom link:

Or you can join by phoning from your landline/mobile: Tel 020 3695 0088 (you’ll hear us and we’ll hear you!). Give the Meeting ID: 419 170 848 #

Password: 017577 #

ROOKHOW EPILOGUE (quiet meditation)

A  20 minute quiet reflection with a reading or poem and a short period of silence. Everyone welcome.

Zoom link:

Or if you want to get changed into your PJs and join on the phone instead:

Tel 020 3695 0088 and give: Meeting ID: 886 2706 4182 #  Password: 032551 #

For more info or for help to use Zoom, contact Sue Nicholls, Rookhow Development Manager 

Tel 07557 919879


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