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Cambridge Quakers: 300 years on Jesus Lane

3:30pm-4:30pm on Saturday 10 September

Quaker Friends Meeting House, 12 Jesus Lane, CB5 8BA

Quakerism is one of many radical groups formed during the tumult and civil unrest of the early 1600’s. Quakers came to Cambridge later that century and have used the existing meeting house on the corner of Jesus Lane and Park St. since at least 1700.

We invite you to join us for a tour of the building as it stands today and an exploration of the history of the site, the people who have used it and the Quaker legacies that provided the site over 300 years ago.

Open to all, though not specifically aimed at children. Our building has step free access and a lift, though some parts of the tour may be harder to reach. Registration is encouraged so we can send you a reminder before the event, but is not essential.

Image copyright: Harry Gold

Booking Information

Booking recommended

Booking recommended, but do feel free to show-up!


Accessible toilet, Full access

Additional Information

All Ages, Adults, Talk, Tour, In person
Event capacity: 60

On the corner of Park St. and Jesus Lane