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Central Quaker Meeting House

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Meeting time: Sunday 11.00am Meeting for Worship. Wednesday 5.15pm. Shared lunch at 1.00pm every third Sunday. Children welcome. Accessible.
Address: Friends Meeting House, Champion Square, Bristol BS2 9DB OS Grid Ref: ST 596 734 MAP

Telephone: Clerk: 07741 089529. Warden (and for room hire): 0117 329 7503 or 07410 411444

Location

The Meeting House was refurbished in 2015 and now has a well-appointed kitchen and four meeting rooms set around a pleasant courtyard. It mostly wheelchair accessible. The main room has a hearing loop. The location is well served by public transport. 

In addition to the few car parking spaces on our premises there is a large public car park within a few metres.  

The Meeting House is on Champion Square which lies behind (to the south of) the large Cabot Circus multi-storey car park.

By Car: Champion Square is at the south end of the M32/A4032, off the A4044 (Bond Street South, aka Temple Way). We have a small car park which can be reached only from the southbound carriageway of the A4044, within a few metres of turning off the A4032. If this car parking space is full use Cabot Circus car park.

By foot: Head for the Cabot Circus shopping complex; then go (east) towards its car park, crossing Bond Street via or near the glass footbridge. 

By bicycle: Champion Square can be reached as by car and also via River Street or via St Matthias Park. Cycling is not permitted within Cabot Circus.

By bus: There are several bus routes nearby. The nearest bus stops are: From north: Penn Street, Stops A and B.  From south: Bond Street, Stops Ol and Om. 

From Cabot Circus car park: Walk out by the ground floor exit, from where the Meeting House is visible.

From Temple Meads railway station: Bus routes 8 and 9 go most of the way, and there are several other buses which go from outside the Reckless Engineer pub.  Or walk north about 2km towards Cabot Circus. For simplicity use the main road, though a more pleasant walking route starts from the station’s north side-exit. 

Meeting for Worship

 

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