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Pardshaw MH -- About -- Its history -- A map to find it
QUAKERS BELIEVE That there is something sacred in all people. All people are equal before God. Religion is about the whole of life. True religion leads to respect for the earth and all life upon it. We meet in stillness to discover a deeper sense of God's presence.
Meetings for Worship are held at Pardshaw at 7:00 pm on the 3rd Sunday of the month. You will be most welcome to join Friends from Cockermouth and other Quaker Meetings in the area who come once a month to Pardshaw.
The Quaker Meeting House and burial ground, Pardshaw Hall
Other occasional meetings are held at Pardshaw, whose meeting house dates back to 1729 and commands an impressive view of the Western fells. Pardshaw Hall lies approximately 1km north of Pardshaw village on a minor road approached from the north along the A5086 from Cockermouth to Egremont. Please refer to map link above.
Correspondence and enquiries to:
Friends Meeting House,