About Ealing Quaker Meeting House
The location of the meeting house often takes newcomers by surprise, nestled as it is among Victorian houses in a leafy residential part of central Ealing, yet just a 5-minute walk from Ealing Broadway Station, with its tube and railway station (Central & District lines and National Rail), local buses, restaurants and shops. The meeting house was built in 1952 on the site of a house bombed during World War II.
Rooms at Ealing Quaker Meeting House
Folding tables and a whiteboard/flipchart stand are kept in the store room are available for use in any of the rooms as required. Use of the kitchen for making drinks is included in the letting fee. The garden is available for the quiet enjoyment of any group wishing to include activities in the garden as part of their programme. Special arrangements must be made with the office.
Accessibility and parking
The meeting house is a single-storey building. To enable everyone to use the meeting house there is a level car park, ramp access with handrail, hearing loop system in the meeting room, toilet for wheelchair users, and a beautiful garden that is accessible to wheelchairs.
Room availability, charges and lettings policy
The meeting house is used by a wide range of groups. You can find a list of current hirers here.
Contacting the office
To enquire about booking a room please follow our booking procedure. For more information please email our Office Administrator. You should receive a reply within two working days.