Chester Meeting Rooms at the Chester Quaker Meeting House are located in the heart of the city. It’s a modern venue close to the Cathedral on Frodsham Street – Chester’s new ‘Gateway’ – and a couple of minutes from the Chester Bus Interchange, the Park & Ride service, and several car parks.
It is a purpose-built facility offering several room sizes and services to suit a variety of meetings and events. We have worked in partnership with the Access Team at Cheshire West and Chester City Council to provide a venue accessible for all individuals. With lift access to the first floor, an accessible toilet and hearing aid loops in all rooms, we pride ourselves on making the building not only accessible but welcoming to all.
How to find us:
By Road: Our entrance on Union Walk can normally be reached by road for loading and unloading via Frodsham St or Victoria Place but there is no parking outside the building.
The nearest city centre car parks are:
Frodsham Street (Kaleyards), CH1 3JJ, just across the street from the Meeting House, provides dedicated disabled access during the day and opens to all after 6pm.
Delamere Street, CH2 2AY
St Anne Street, CH1 3HU
Pepper Street, CH1 1DF.
A Tesco supermarket multi-storey car park is within 100 metres of the Meeting House, CH1 3JS..
Accessible Parking: There is a dedicated Blue Badge / permit holder parking area in Frodsham Street (Kaleyards) CH1 3JJ, just across the street from the Meeting House. The DIAL House Shopmobility Service provides daily use of mobility scooters and wheelchairs to people with disabilities to access the city centre and is based just off Frodsham Street CH1 3JH. Tel. 01244 312 626
Park & Ride: Save bringing your car into town. Park for free at one of four locations on the edge of town and take one of the frequent buses to the Chester Bus Interchange, a couple of minutes’ walk from the Meeting House. Locations are:
Boughton Heath CH3 5QD
Sealand Road CH1 4LD
Upton CH2 4BA
Wrexham Road CH4 9DE
By Rail: We are ten minutes walk from Chester Railway Station, five minutes by taxi, and there is a frequent bus service from the station direct to Frodsham Street.
On foot: We’re mid way down Frodsham St, just down a side road called Union Walk that runs between the Bright House shop and the Temple Bar pub.
Further information on city centre access can be viewed here