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Built in 1710, Come-to-Good Meeting House is a beautiful Grade I Listed Building, of traditional cob structure with thatch roof. Between 10 and 20 people worship there each Sunday. There is a wonderful peaceful atmosphere inside but because of the type of building, it can sometimes be chilly so please bring coats (rugs and cushions and tea are provided.) The Meeting House is surrounded by delightful woodland garden that is full of birdsong and wild flowers- from a carpet of snowdrops to primroses, daffodils then bluebells
Meeting for Worship Time: 10:30 a.m. each Sunday. It lasts about an hour, the end of the Meeting for Worship being signalled by two Quaker Elders shaking hands
Children’s Meeting Times: Children are welcome any Sunday: starting at 10:30 in a separate building "The Children's House" and joining the adults towards the end of Meeting for Worship.
If travelling from Falmouth on the A39, take the right turn at the roundabout near Carnon Downs, into Tregye Road, signed to Come-to-Good.
From Truro travelling south on the A39 you reach a Shell petrol station at Playing Place.
Take the left turn signed Feock and King Harry Ferry (B3289).
Continue 1/2 mile to a crossroads: turn right. Come-to-Good is about a mile down this road.
Parking is limited: with care, drivers can park at the roadside. Please avoid parking on the bricked area, opposite the Meeting House or opposite the exit of the track by "Beggars Roost".
Buses from Truro and Falmouth stop at Carnon Downs, then a downhill walk of half a mile to the Meeting House.
On foot: Footpaths are shown on the Cornwall Interactive Mapping service website: http://map.cornwall.gov.uk/website/ccmap/
There are paths from Playing Place and Penpol.
Access for wheel-chair users is by portable ramps: please say if you need these. There are two lavatories, one of which is wheel-chair-accessible.
E Mail: Please use form at: http://www.quaker.org.uk/come-good
Telephone contact: <to be notified>
Come-to-Good in winter
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Local Meetings for Church Affairs (Preparative Meetings) are normally held on the Sunday before the dates of Cornwall Area Meeting, after our Meeting for Worship, from around 11:45 a.m. until 1:30p.m. The building is not open to visitors at these times.
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Come-to-Good Quaker Meeting is pleased to welcome visitors during the week,
during daylight hours.
On Sunday mornings, between 10:15 a.m. and 12:00 noon, the Meeting House is not available to visitors,
unless you are joining us for Worship.
The Meeting House is not available to visitors on the Sundays when there are Meetings for Church Affairs or when Weddings, Funerals or other Quaker gatherings are in progress.
The history of our Meeting House is told in a booklet costing £1.
There is a small display of inspiring books for sale in the lobbyWe hope that you will enjoy our lovely old Meeting House and its peaceful grounds.