Welcome to Clevedon Quakers

Our meeting house on Albert Road. is open to all.We are a medium size friendly local Quaker meeting of based in Clevedon, a seaside town in North Somerset (south of Bristol).

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We have set up this website to help inform anyone interested in learning more about the Religious Society of Friends in our local area. If you are a Quaker looking for a meeting in the Clevedon area, or are a local person interested in knowing more about Quakers, then please feel free to look through our site for information that we hope may help you.

We are at 15 Albert Road, Clevedon BS21 7RP
OS Grid reference: ST 407 714
Albert Road leads off Six Ways, a well known roundabout. 

  • About our Local Meeting

    Meeting for worship takes place every Sunday at 10:30 am at the Meeting House, followed by refreshments. We have a Children's class by request.  

    Our worship is unprogrammed, often called silent worship. We wait together listening for 'that of God within'. During this time if anyone present is moved to speak, they will stand up and give what is known as 'ministry'. Our experience is that the Quaker Way affects the whole of our lives. It leads us, individually and together, to work towards a more just and peaceful world, and a sustainable lifestyle.

    Click on "More about us" to find out more about us and our meeting.

    Clerk (correspondence and general enquiries):
    Tom Leimdorfer, 1 Verlands, Congresbury, BS49 5BL, 01934 834663

    Assistant Clerk:  Ingrid Reinbach, 01275 342791 

    Liz Billinghurst,  01275 792102; lizbillinghurst@gmail.com

    Trustees:  Russell Richards 01275 343065

    Ingrid Reinbach 01275 342791 

    Treasurer: Gaynor Targett 01275 856971

  • Activities

    You can find out all our news and forthcoming events by clicking on the "Activities" link. The most recent headlines also appear on the right of this page below the site menu. We will try and keep this section updated as much as possible, please check back regularly to get the latest information.

  • Our History

    We have a lovely meeting house, built in 1867. By clicking on "Our History" section, you can find out more about the history of Quakers in this area.