Parking and buses

Parking

There is no free on-street parking in the centre of Liverpool however there are numerous paid parking sites.

The Q-park multi-story car park is in Hanover Street, a five minute walk from the Meeting House. There are a number of other commercial car parks within easy walking distance.

There is but one parking space at the Quaker Meeting House which is reserved for disabled visitors who have council-issued parking permits. There is also a bicycle rack in this secure area. If you require access you must contact the manager in order to arrange admission. There is level access via a swipe-card operated door from the garage to a lift which serves all floors.

Buses

The following buses come into town along Hanover Street which runs at the top of School Lane: 75, 79, 80, 80A, 82 and 86 – confirmed by Merseytravel: 07/08/14

It would be an idea to check with ‘Merseytravel’ before you travel.
Merseytravel: 0151 227 5181

Accommodation

The following rooms are available and can be booked separately or it is possible to book a number of rooms up to and including the whole building.

Large Meeting Room – up to 130 people

Small Meeting Room – up to 60 people

Library – up to 16 people

The Institute – up to 60 people

Lecture Room – up to 24 people

George Fox Room – up to 25 people (available on an hourly basis)

Elizabeth Fry Room – up to 8 people (available on an hourly basis)

William Penn Room – up to 4/6 people (available on an hourly basis)

Session Times are 9-12.45, 1.15-5 and 6-10