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Prospective visitors please note:
In September 2012 we started some repairs to the outside of the Meeting House. Unfortunately these took longer than expected and were not completed until winter had started. We therefore had to wrap the Meeting House in a plastic protective cover until the frost season had passed and the work could be completed. The Meeting House is now un-wrapped and repair work is likely to re-start in late May 2013. Eventually the building will be returned to its traditional whitewashed appearance. In the meantime, visitors coming to see, appreciate or photograph the outside of Meeting House may be disappointed (or may be thrilled) to see the bare stonework. The interior of course remains unchanged.
Please contact the Wardens for the current state of work if this is important to you.
Opening HoursThe Meeting House is open from 10am until 6pm in summer and until dusk in winter.
It may be opened earlier or later by arrangement with the Wardens.
We frequently welcome groups, including school parties, to Brigflatts. If you are planning to bring a group to Brigflatts please speak to the Warden first to try to ensure that your visit does not coincide with another large group - space in the Meeting House is restricted and parking is very limited.
Visitors, who do not need to see the wardens, are welcome to visit at any time when the Meeting House is open without prior arrangement.
The Wardens are very willing, by arrangement, to talk to groups (and individuals) about the Meeting House, its history and part in the early story of Quakerism. They will also try to answer any questions you have about Quaker beliefs and the Religious Society of Friends.
So if it is important to you to be met or if your group would like a talk, please phone in advance and make an arrangement with the Wardens. Contact the Wardens
What you'll find inside
Meeting RoomPeace and quiet.