Overshadowed by the equally historically important Willis Building, the 17th century meeting house looks a little incongruously placed, however, it was here first so should be the natural shining light in the area.
It's a wonderful piece of architecture pre-dating the Georgian Era, but with many similarities, not least the wonderful symmetry. It's open during the summer on Tues, Thurs and Sat afternoons for free, so take time out of a shop to enter the cool, peaceful interior. You don't have to be religious (I'm not!). It's great to visit somewhere that has been in the locality for centuries, but often overlooked.
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