Friends' Meeting House, Malt House Lane, Long Compton

Description of this historic site

A chapel dating to the Post Medieval period which is situated 150m south east of the Church. It is no longer in use as a place of worship.

Notes about this historic site

1 Friends’ Meeting House, in the lane SE of the Church. Built in 1670. A plain three-bay house.
2 Erected in 1684 as a Quaker chapel. The Friends’ burial ground adjoins.
3 Ceased to be a place of worship c1830. It is now a chemical store and the burial ground is part of the nearby Malthouse grounds.
4 Said to have no original internal features.
5 Noted in RCHME Inventory.

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