Pakefield Meeting House is a Victorian building dating from 1833. It has the distinction of being the most Easterly Meeting House in BYM and also one of the smallest. It is situated on a cliff top, a few hundred metres from the beach, and is surrounded by a high wall which provides protection from the east wind.
Quaker Meeting House, Pakefield Street, Pakefield Lowestoft, NR33 0JS.
Park on the street or at the free car park at cliff end of All Saints Road.
Fully accessible by wheelchair, but not to toilet at present.
Pakefield Meeting welcomes children but do need to know they are coming, please contact us first to arrange.
Times of Meeting Worship
Hiring a Room
Rooms are not currently available for hire as the building is undergoing extensive building work.
The Meeting House is undergoing extensive renovation and extension. This will provide accommodation for a children’s class, improved access including a wheelchair friendly toilet and a modern kitchen.