Three private, calm and peaceful spaces for hire

The Wellbeing Centre is principally equipped for practitioners to see clients and has its own private entrance, waiting and kitchen area, and toilet.  The rooms have been recently refurbished. They adjoin the main Meeting House and the Nantucket Suite, which are also available for hire.

The Nantucket Suite is equipped for groups of up to 25 people. It has small and large folding tables available and plenty of chairs. It has been used to teach yoga and to hold Zen meditation sessions, as well as for many other groups to meet. It has been designed to allow wheelchair access and has a disabled toilet. Wellbeing practitioners may wish to book the space in order to provide their services to wheelchair users.

Most Covid-19 safety requirements  have now been lifted. Hirers must decide for themselves what numbers they think are appropriate for their activity, and whether masks are required, or whether social distancing applies. There is still a  requirement to keep a record of who attends.

Please be mindful of the need to keep the premises Covid19 clean by wiping down where necessary.

The main Meeting Room is a good space for talks or presentations as it is equipped with plenty of seating and a hearing loop.

We welcome the use of our premises for mediation. Simultaneous hire of our self-contained spaces lends itself to conflict resolution.

All three spaces can be used for individual or group meditation.

Both the Wellbeing Centre and the Nantucket Suite have kitchen areas where hot drinks can be made, and food prepared. The Nantucket Suite has a microwave and a mini-cooker. The Wellbeing Centre has a mini fridge.

The Friends' Meeting House is conveniently close to the centre of town with its road and rail links. There is limited parking in the road outside, however there are many spaces available close by in the Robert Street Car Park.

It is hoped that the garden at the front of the Meeting House and Wellbeing Centre will become a Peace Garden – a place to provide refuge and time out from the stresses of life for all those who feel the need – where information about the Meeting House, the Wellbeing Centre and Quakerism can be found.

To the rear of the buildings is the Quaker burial ground which contains the remains of the founding generation of Quakers who brought their whaling ships to the Haven, creating the town of Milford in the process. Both the front and rear gardens are places of peace and tranquillity.

All enquiries about hiring the Wellbeing Centre, the Main Meeting Room, or the Nantucket Suit can be made to the Clerk on 07980 420300 or by the form on our home page.



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The Nantucket Room - named in honour of the founders of the Meeting - is an ideal space for group activities. It has been designed to give wheelchair access and has an integral kitchen and toilets.

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Services currently available at our Meeting House



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