Stockport Quaker Meeting House is open for groups and bookings. At present we are only taking future bookings for regular groups or existing hirers. Please check the page on Covid safety for our procedures, risk assessments and conditions of hire. These are in the process of changing, as the covid situation develops, so please get in touch to find out our current restrictions. If you have any questions please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org, or 07534621933.
Welcome to Stockport Quaker Meeting House. We are based in central Stockport close to the train station and just off the A6, offering a great location for your meeting, event or group. Take a look through this website, or get in touch to inquire about booking our rooms.
At Stockport Quaker Meeting House we provide:
- Two well equipped meeting rooms
- A large, well equipped kitchen
- Spacious Foyer
- Fully accessible for wheelchair users
- Car parking and bicycle storage
- A showpiece green building
- The option to hire one meeting room, or the whole building.
Stockport Quaker Meeting House opened in April 2015 and replaces an earlier building on the same site. The new structure, designed by Bernard Taylor Partnership has been conceived as a showpiece green building for the town. It is designed to take advantage of the most recent developments in sustainable design and carries an Energy Performance Asset Rating of A24.
The triple-glazed building boasts 500mm of roof insulation, 150mm of floor insulation and 75mm wall insulation. The roof is fitted with solar panels, energy-reducing LED lighting throughout, gas central heating and a hot water return valve to reduce water consumption.
The single-storey building contains two meeting rooms, a large and well-equipped kitchen and male and female single-cubicle toilets and a wheelchair accessible toilet with its own wetroom and shower. A further office is reserved for members of the meeting and not available for hire. All rooms are accessed from a spacious central foyer.
There is car park with spaces for 12 cars, including two disabled parking spaces, and a separate shelter for secure bicycle storage.