Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Quakers

The Religious Society of Friends


Mansfield Local Meeting

Mansfield was one of the earliest locations visited by George Fox before the formal foundation of the Religious Society of Friends. There is more information about the history of Quakers in Mansfield here.

Our modern Meeting House is located at the junction of Chesterfield Road and Rosemary Street, next to the Civic Centre and Tesco.

All are welcome to join us in Meeting for Worship on Sundays at 10.30am.

We also hold a monthly mid-week meeting for worship, usually on Tuesday evenings.

Friends' Meeting House,
Rosemary Street,
NG19 6AB

.Tel: 01623 646997 for details of Meeting for Worship or EMAIL

We have a small Car Park with additional parking at the Civic Centre adjacent to the Meeting House.

For room bookings and hiring details phone: 01623 646997 or EMAIL

Our Facebook page can be found here

Mansfield Quakers

Friends Meeting House Mansfield



Friends from Mansfield, where George Fox experienced his first 'Opening' in 1647, held their Meeting for Worship outside their Meeting House providing a silent witness for Peace-building as the Remembrance Day Procession started and ended in the adjacent road.