Brigflatts Quaker Meeting

How to get here by car

From the West (M6 Junction 37 & Kendal & the Lake District)

Take the A684 to Sedbergh. About 200 yds past the start of the 30mph limit on the outskirts of Sedbergh take the very sharp right turn onto the A683 towards Kirkby Lonsdale. About ½ mile on from this junction the entrance to Brigflatts Lane appears on the left immediately before a lay-by on the right (see parking advice below.)

From the South (Kirkby Lonsdale)

From Kirkby Lonsdale, cross the River Lune on the A65 and take the A683 north up the vale of the Lune. After about 6 miles the road crosses the Rawthey at the narrow (single track) Middleton Bridge. About 1½ miles further on (past Ingmire Hall on the left) the entrance to Brigflatts Lane appears on the right just beyond a lay-by on the left (see parking advice below) and indicated with a finger signpost “Friends Meeting House 1675”

From the East (Dentdale, Garsdale, Wensleydale) and the North East (Kirkby Stephen)

Follow signs for Sedbergh and in the town exit on the A684 towards Kendal and the M6. On the outskirts of the town,just beyond the petrol station on the left, bear left onto the A683 for Kirkby Lonsdale. About ½ mile on from this junction the entrance to Brigflatts Lane appears on the left immediately before a lay-by on the right (see parking advice below.)

Sat-Nav users

The post-code for the Meeting House is LA10 5HN.

Parking

Parking is not a simple matter along Brigflatts Lane. For a current update please contact the premises committee on 07815 730679 or use the contact form. If you are happy to park in the lay-by at the end of Brigflatts Lane, there is usually space for 7 or 8 cars parked carefully end to hedge. 

Brigflatts Lane is tarmacked and a walk of about 150 yards takes you to the Meeting House.  We have to say that unfortunately, very occasionally the lay-by becomes full of cars.  We are working on overcoming our shortage of car parking space.