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The information board at the entrance gives you the history of this sacred place. Some of its quietness is lost by being next to a large traffic island. Local volunteers are trying to clean the area up from years of neglect, I wish them well....More
So the girlfriend was up from Swansea and we were looking round St Mary Redcliff and decided to pop across the road to come see this little space.
There’s not much to see apart from the cave entrance and a plaque. Some interesting history that...More
There isn't much to see but a public notice and cave entrance.
We need to understand Quakers to understand the cave.
The Christian religious group called the Quakers (The Religious Society of Friends) used this small plot of land as their burial ground for a...More
this is where you would find most office goers eating lunch and soaking up the sun. It's quiet enough that you can read a book uninterrupted unless you get distracted by catching a glimpse of the squirrel and the pigeon. You must take a pic...More
Opposite St Mary Redcliffe church on an unprepossessing urban roundabout, is the Quaker Burial Ground. It seems the Friends Meeting House once stood where the roundabout is now.
The burial ground is now a quiet, essentially deserted, little park. They have moved all the memorial...More