From a sign on the wall outside the Meeting House, on Meeting House Lane:
“There has been a Meeting House on this site since 1677. The original building was replaced and enlarged in 1708 and forms the core of the present Meeting House, making it Lancaster’s second oldest place of worship after the Priory Church. It was there that George Fox, the founder of Quakerism, preached in 1652 and was stoned through the streets by a hostile mob who objected to his challenging of established religious practices.”
The two-storey porch is a pretty distinctive feature.
I’m always pleased to learn more about George Fox. This was my last encounter with his legacy whilst i was out on a walk: