Our meeting is small and always welcoming. We meet twice a month on the first and third Sundays at 10:30.
Alford is a historic market town on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, just 7 miles from the coast. It is famous for its 5 sailed windmill and 17th century Manor House. It also has a thriving craft community. Quakers (also known as Friends) live in various villages surrounding Alford in this large rural county.
We are fortunate that parking is free on Sundays on the street outside the church.
If you’re a newcomer there is no need for an introduction, just come along. Or, if you would like to talk to someone first, please contact us.
Our meeting is one of eight that combine together to form Lincolnshire Quaker Area Meeting.
The Methodist Church, Guild Room, West Street, Alford, LN13 9DU
Third Sunday at 10:30
We also meet on-line on the first Sunday of each month.
✓ Wheelchair access
✓ Wheelchair accessible toilet
Wheelchair access by prior arrangement using a different entrance.
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