RE: Mark Vernon's invite on NOV 1st CANCELLED

From: Filip M.
Sent on: Sunday, October 31, 2010 7:00 PM
Hi all that responded with interest to Monday's event with Mark Vernon hosted by the Guardian. Sorry if this does not pertain to you.

Mark has informed that tomorrow's event has been cancelled due to staffing issues. The other two events will go forward as expected.

Apologies to all who planned on attending. I'll send an email in the next coming days to confirm I have recieved your emails and the date you selected.


Below is a note from Mark Vernon:

I am so sorry to have to do this at this late stage, but I fear we're having cancel the event on Monday, the evening with Salley Vickers and Joan Bakewell - though only this event, not the others.

The reason is staffing problems beyond our control.

I am sorry for the inconvenient this will cause you, particularly as you've put time in contacting others. However, the Dec and Jan evenings will still go ahead, so I do stress that.



London Philosophers,

Mark Vernon asked me to see if any of you would be interested in the following. Happy to rsvp for those interested.

Let me know and I'll sort. Unsure of how many spots there are.


The Guardian's Cif Belief, in conjunction with St Paul's Cathedral, invites you to a series of discussions about belief and unbelief in an age of uncertainty.

1st November 2010: Joan Bakewell, Salley Vickers and Andrew Brown
13th December 2010: Karen Armstrong and Alan Rusbridger
17th January 2010: Terry Eagleton and Mark Vernon

Each discussion will begin at 6.30pm, and will take place in the Wren Suite of the crypt at St Paul's Cathedral, London. Our hope is to encourage a more sophisticated public discussion about religion between those on the inside and outside of faith.

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