Tel: 01827 711 096  Send us a Message

Font Size


Quaker meetings offer a place of welcome and encounter where we can seek insight, inspiration and guidance, both in our own lives and in our life together.

Meeting House

Hartshill is a small Meeting, held in the silent, waiting worship tradition of the majority of Quaker meetings in Britain Yearly Meeting.   It is a very quiet and peaceful place for meeting. Visitors will always be very welcome. It is held in a modern Meeting House, built on the site of the school established by Nathaniel Newton, one of the first generation of Quakers. It is the Meeting House ‘just up the hill’ from Fenny Drayton (formerly Drayton-in-the-Clay), where George Fox was born and brought up. It is just across the road from Hartshill Hayes country park, where ‘Our George’, as he is known locally, tended sheep.  This meeting is right in the heart of 1624 country – the area where Quakerism was conceived. See the special history website  

Meeting details

We gather at 10:30am on Sunday mornings, as well as offering a programmed meeting at 6.00pm, Sundays. 

Children's meeting details: 

Children's meeting every Sunday at 10:30am, except 1st Sunday of the month, please contact us for more details.