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The new Meeting House was built with a stone façade in the neo-classical style. The design for the frontage is, perhaps surprisingly for a Quaker Meeting House, based on the front of the Temple of Ilissus. The interior originally comprised of two large meeting halls with galleries that could be joined by raising and lowering a partition (evidence of which can still be found in the roof).
- Better use of the space and to realise more of the buildings potential.
- Sustainability, a key driver. It is something that many Quakers in Manchester have been passionate about for some time and in 2011 Quakers nationally made a commitment to becoming a low carbon community.
Below is a gallery of Mount Street Meeting House throughout the last 200 years. You can click on each image to enlarge it.