Dolobran Friends Meeting House

Dolobran Meeting House is a secluded Friends (Quaker) Meeting House near Pontrobert, Meifod, Powys.  The oldest Meeting House still in use in Wales and, it is believed, the first purpose-built Quaker Meeting House in Wales.  It was built in 1700 on land owned by the Lloyds of Dolobran.  This was the Lloyds family who went on to set up the bank.  A descendant, John Lloyd, gave the Meeting House and its woodland to the Quakers in 2014.

In the early days of Quakers, when the persecution of non-conformists was terrible, many families in the area left to follow William Penn to Pennsylvania.

Meetings are held at 10.30 every Sunday, always with the door open to the garden.  Best arrive at 10.15 as there is a short walk from the ‘car park’ to the Meeting.

Do ring to check if the weather is bad, but we usually battle through.

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