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Friends' Meeting House

The Friends Meeting House is located off Stramongate in Kendal. It was built in 1816 on the site of an earlier Quakers meeting house.[1] The building is Grade II* listed. Adjacent is the Quaker Tapestry Museum and Exhibition.

Kendal Historic Buildings and Monuments in Kendal Quakers
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Friends' Meeting House, Stramongate

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Stramongate Friends' Meeting House

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Friends' Meeting House, New Road, Kendal

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- "Meeting House. 1816 (built partly on site of late C17 Meeting House) by Francis Webster. Altered internally in 1934, extended eastward in 1936. Hammer-dressed limestone blocks on plinth; eaves cornice ...

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Quaker Tapestry
- "....Journey through the Quaker influence on the modern world: explore the industrial revolution, developments in science and medicine, astronomy, the abolition of slavery, social reform, and ecology; and delight in ...

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Quaker Tapestry Introduction.wmv

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List number: 1319001
List grade: 2*
County: Cumbria
Post code: LA9 4BH
Grid ref: SD5177892808


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