Refurbishment sees historic Cumbrian building come back to life



After 300 years, the Quaker meeting hall in Ulverston is having major refurbishment done that could cost between £200,000 and £400,000.
The hall, in Meeting House Lane, played an important part in the early days of the Quaker movement.
A refurbishment of the hall has been planned for some time according to Martin Riley, 80, an elder of the Ulverston meeting.
He said: "We looked at the building and thought about doing a major refurbishment, to bring the building up to modern standards of utility."
A building has stood on the site since at least 1538, but the hall was not used by... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 19
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