Fritchley Meeting HouseA number of Fritchley Quakers still live in the village but more than formerly are drawn from elsewhere in the Area Meeting. The meeting house, built in 1897 to a traditional “chapel” design is situated in the centre of the village. Fritchley is unusual in that it has a rural village setting and for just over a century (1864-1967) placed itself outside London Yearly Meeting and operated independently. It is now a full part of Britain Yearly Meeting. 

Meeting is held every Sunday at 11:00 am. Children’s class operates on demand, please notify if possible ahead of time.

Friends’ Meeting House, Chapel St.,
Fritchley, Belper,
Derbyshire, DE56 2FR.

Tel: 01773 856072 or Email or 

A peace vigil will be held on the 3rd Thursday of the month in Belper

April 20th

May 18th

June 15th

July 20th

August 17th

September 21st

We will gather by the railroad bridge across from Poundland and stand for an hour. 

We will stand in silence for the first 20 minutes (unless someone comes up to ask about our presence there).