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Wensleydale and Swaledale Quakers.
local Quaker history

in the dales.



in Yorkshire

Meeting Houses in Regular use are:
Leyburn. Original meeting house now demolished, moved to present premises in 1985
Bainbridge. Present meeting House new in 1836, replacing cottage brought in 1689 - Burial ground in use since 1672
Countersett
Richmond (new premises)

Historical places no longer in use are:
Richmond, Fryers Wynd 1667 (Now the rear of Gergian Theatre)
Low Row 1727 (Quaker Garth) Demolished
Aysgarth. Original meeting house demolished
Carperby. Meeting house sold in 1984
Hawes. Now demolished
Masham - Only met in peoples own houses, no meeting house.

Other Quaker places:
Reeth Friends School - Now a county primary school


(Please note that any un-titled image could be of any Quaker meeting in the north of England)


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