Esher Quaker Meeting House, a listed building from 1797, will be open for Heritage Weekend on Saturday 9 September from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friends will be present to welcome visitors, offer tea and biscuits and answer any questions on Quakerism. 

All public rooms are on the ground floor and there is a garden with a small, simple burial ground.  For more information on access and parking, see the Heritage Open Days website.

Other local buildings in and around Esher open free for this year's Heritage Weekend, include St George's church, Claremont school and Claremont landscape garden and Belvedere tower that could all be visited at the same time as the Quaker Meeting House.

Article supplied by Christine Pryer