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Peace project's big day.

WORKERS at the Cov-entry base of an international peace project celebrate its 40th anni-versary this weekend

Events in the city today and tomorrow mark the work in the UK of the Action Reconciliation Service for Peace.

The service, founded in Germany in response to the Holocaust, sends voluntary workers around the world.

UK director Anne Scheffbuch said: "Our volunteers built the international centre in the ruins of Coventry Cathedral in 1961."

Volunteers meet in Cov-entry today and there is a 40th anniversary reception tomorrow.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Dec 1, 2001
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