Welcome to Pales - the oldest Quaker meeting house in Wales in continuous use.
The Pales Meeting House is about 8 miles north-east of Llandrindod Wells, off the A44. Set in the magnificent beauty of rural Radnorshire, high up in the Radnor Hills, the Pales has magnificent views of the surrounding countryside.
As a thatched building it is very rare in Radnorshire and is one of only three thatched meeting houses in Britain.
The Pales is open all year round to visitors who value peace, solitude and natural beauty.
You are welcome to meeting for worship at 3 pm
every 3rd Sunday of the Month.
Additionally, the Pales is open all day, every day, all the year round for visitors, at no cost. It is also available for letting to groups who value the peaceful spiritual atmosphere.
We have disabled access (including accessible toilets), presentation equipment, and basic catering facilities. If required, a talk on the history of the Pales, and/or Quakerism, can be provided.
School visits are especially welcome.
From 2016 the Pales is seen as a resource of the Area Meeting.
Trustees, the Pales Development Group and Area Meeting are anxious to make it clear that the Pales is open to all constituent Meetings
to use for retreats, away days, Meeting for Worship, study days, etc.
This website was privately sponsored and developed by Margo Swiderska with input from Pales wardens Lynda and Martin Williams.
Following Trustees concerns and Minutes T17/05
from now on all current information will be available on AM website.
Please visit AM Pales website at http://thepales.org.uk/