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Friends Meeting House

Friends Meeting House

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Blackheath, Greater London | SE3 9LL

The meeting house was designed by Trevor Dannatt, who was awarded an OBE in the 2016 New Year Honours.

Quaker Meeting House

Quaker Meeting House

The meeting house is open from 10am until 6pm in summer and until dusk in winter.

Brigflatts, Cumbria | LA10 5HN

Brigflatts, near Sedbergh, Cumbria, is one of the most famous Quaker meeting houses, known and loved by Friends all over the world.

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Friends Meeting House

Friends Meeting House

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Broad Campden, Gloucestershire | GL55 6US

The Meeting House dates to 1663, making it the earliest in the country still in use. 

Friends Meeting House

Friends Meeting House

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Come to Good, Cornwall | TR3 6QS

The tiny village is home to an historic Quaker meeting house, a cob and straw thatch building dating from 1710 and containing glass dating from 1640.

Friends Meeting House

Friends Meeting House

Coffee morning every Thursday: 10.30am to 11.30am.

Darlington, County Durham | DL3 7NG

Although The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) built a Meeting House in Darlington in 1678 (when they bought the plot for ’35), the present structure was not completed until about 1846.

Friends Meeting House

Friends Meeting House

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Dolobran, Powys | SY22 6HU

Hidden among trees, and reached by track and footpath, this tiny meeting house is hard to find and reach.

Old Quaker Meeting House

Old Quaker Meeting House

Open until 5pm in June, July and August. Contact us to arrange a visit at other times.

Ettington, Warwickshire | CV37 7TH

Built between 1681 and 1684, this tiny meeting house, like most Quaker meeting houses, does not look at all like the usual idea of a church.

Friends House

Friends House

Open daily.

Euston, Greater London | NW1 2BJ

The Friends House was built between 1924 - 1927 and incorporates a meeting room large enough for at least 1500 Quakers.

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