Warrington Meeting House
Warrington Quaker Meeting House, Academy Place/Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NR
If you are looking for a self-contained meeting space outside Manchester city centre then our Small Meeting Houses could be a good fit. Dotted around the suburbs and outskirts of Manchester, in Eccles, Sale, South Manchester and Warrington, these Meeting Houses are unstaffed venues. They are ideal for groups looking to independently facilitate their own day. You can bring your own food and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as any PAT-tested equipment you may need.
This historic space is in the centre of Warrington. Originally built in 1725 and enlarged in 1830, the Meeting House has two charming rooms. The Large Meeting Room is a charming space with lovely period features such as large windows and high ceilings. It has traditional wooden bench seating, as well as modern stackable chairs.
The space is wheelchair accessible and is perfect for groups who want a pleasant and peaceful space suitable for reflective or meditative activities. Suitable for numbers up to 50. There is a shared kitchen, as well as toilet facilities on the ground floor. As in all our Meeting Houses, Wi-Fi access is available free of charge. Our Large Meeting Room makes an ideal lecture space, and is also suitable for discussion groups.
- Space for up to 12
- Bring your own catering
- Wheelchair Access
Located in Warrington town centre, a 10 minute walk from Warrington Central train station. Set almost equidistant between Manchester and Liverpool, 15 minutes off the M62. Especially useful for locals and those community groups whose members are dispersed between these two regions.
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Main Meeting Room