Yealand Quakers

Let your life speak

Yealand Quakers

Yealand Local Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends

Welcome to Yealand Quakers
We have regular Meetings for Worship each Sunday and Wednesday. If you are visiting the area, you are very welcome to join us. For the time being, Children's Meeting is by appointment. (Please see Children's Meeting contact details below). The Diary page of this website has details of other activities and events.
Meeting for Worship
Sunday, 10:30am – 11:30am
Wednesday 11.30am – 12.00 noon followed by a shared lunch and fellowship.
Yealand Friends Meeting House, 18 Yealand Road, Yealand Conyers, Carnforth, LA5 9SH
Accessibility
The Meeting House has wheelchair access, and a wheelchair–accessible toilet. There is a wheelchair–friendly parking space on the main road at the end of the path to the meeting house, but it is not marked for disabled use. There is a hearing loop system in the meeting house.
Hostel Accommodation
There is simple hostel–style accommodation available in the Old School House. It is very well situated for groups wishing to visit the so–called 1652 Country with its wealth of early Quaker history. More information.
Directions and Map
General:– The village of Yealand Conyers lies about a mile to the west of the A6, about 3 miles to the north of Carnforth and to the south of Milnthorpe. The meeting house is situated half a mile up the hill from the New Inn and a couple of hundred yards down the hill from the Anglican church.

By Car:– From Junction 35 of the M6, head north following signs for Milnthorpe. After about a mile turn left following the sign for Yealand Conyers. Turn left at the T–junction in the village. The meeting House is about 200 yards up the hill and on the left. There is on–street parking.

By Bus:– In the summer, the 555 bus from Lancaster to Carlisle, via Carnforth and Kendal, stops at the Junction of the A6 and the A6070. From there you go up Borwick Lane, through the village of Marton, partly on footpaths, and on to Yealand Conyers. It's about a two mile walk. Alternatively, local buses stop at Peter Hill, twenty yards from the meeting house gate. There are however very few buses on Sundays. There is a bus number 55, operated by Stagecoach throughout the year, that leaves Carnforth on Sunday mornings at 10:08am and arrives outside the meeting house at 10:18am. You are strongly advised however to check details before travelling, either with Stagecoach (01524 422217) or Traveline (0871 200 22 33).

By Train:– Carnforth Railway Station is about 3 miles to the south. Alternatively you can walk, mostly on footpaths, from Silverdale Station, about two miles to the west.

Map:– To get a map and directions to this local meeting, go to the Area/Home page of this website and click on the relevant red marker on the area map displayed there. Or see Ordnance Survey map 1:25,000 Explorer OL7, Grid Reference 504745

Library
The catalogue of Yealand Meeting House Library is available here.
Contact Details
Wardens
Contact details Sue and Alan Tyldesley
yealandwarden@lancsquakers.org.uk - 01524 732336
Yealand Friends Meeting House, 18 Yealand Road, Yealand Conyers, Carnforth, LA5 9SH

The Correspondence Clerk
Peggy Hardcastle – 01524 735972 peggy.hardcastle@googlemail.com
21 Gardner Road, Warton, LA5 9NY

Children's Meeting
Hazel Nowell (Contact) – 01524 847794 hazel.nowell3@btinternet.com

Experiment with Light Group
In the first instance please contact Lesley McCourt – lesleymac@phonecoop.coop

Prayer Group for Healing & Wholeness
Further details from Lesley McCourt – lesleymac@phonecoop.coop