Quaker Meeting Houses given extra heritage protection

This sympathetic Observer article highlights the 17 Quaker meeting houses across the country to be listed or upgraded by Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS). Eleven are being listed at Grade II for the first time, five upgraded to Grade II*, and the Hertford Meeting House, the oldest in the world still in continuous use, is granted Grade I status, the highest status possible.

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