Hiring in Amersham

Amersham Friends Meeting House

Hospitable, tranquil and accessible. This 17th century building, sited in a meadow, benefits from modern kitchen and toilet facilities, yet retains its sense of history and heritage.

It is suitable for events such as small public meetings,
discussion and study groups, counselling services, gatherings
of families and friends, exhibitions and garden parties.

The Meeting House is in Old Amersham and near the Hospital
and the Crematorium. Parking is available on site.

About the facilities

The two main rooms can be used as one by opening an original sash
wooden screen which separates them. Together they would accommodate a public meeting of 90 comfortably.

For separate meetings or buffets there are tables, chairs and benches
which can be arranged by the hirer to suit the occasion.

Use of the kitchen is included free of charge. Hot and cold drinks,
biscuits and cakes can be served from a hatch opening into the
Lobby. Additional pre-prepared foods can be enjoyed at occasional,
small and simple events, or professional outside caterers may be engaged to provide refreshments. There is accessibility for wheelchairs from the parking area. The meadow and lawn areas are available for events which require their use for seating or activities.

A separate meeting room, accommodating up to 10 people comfortably, can be used for small meetings or for counselling.

Process of Hiring

We encourage you to arrange to come and visit the
Meeting House, view the premises and confirm your booking.

Terms and Conditions of Hiring

These are contained in a Hiring Agreement. It is essential for the hirer to identify a Responsible Person for the fire, safety and other key regulations. Alcohol may be served in moderation (but not sold without licence) for appropriate occasions, if our permission has been sought and granted in advance.The premises are the property of the Chilterns Area Quaker Meeting (CAQM) of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). CAQM, acting at its discretion through local representatives, has to reserve the right to decline any application for the use of Meeting House facilities which are against its charitable objects.