Summer Sunday Teas

Broad Campden Quakers will open their historic Meeting House for teas on Sunday afternoons this summer. The Meeting House and Garden will be open to visitors, offering tea, coffee and homemade cakes, from 2pm to 5pm each Sunday from 28th May till 30th July 2017.

The 17th Century Meeting House lies on the path from Chipping Campden. The path runs from the Noel Arms, along George Lane, the recreation ground and then inside the hedge by Catbrook and up across the sloping field towards Maidenwell. It is a pleasant 15 minute walk in dry weather. All are welcome. (dogs included).

A European man dressed like a doctor with young Ugandan WomenThere is no charge, but donations are welcome towards the Uganda Childbirth Injury Fund, a charity that the doctor brother of one of our members is very involved with and who often visits Uganda to give medical help. In 2016 donations from tea visitors raised £267.95.