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Hilda Clark 2

Hilda Clark 2

Hilda Clark 2 can accommodate up to 30 delegates in theatre style. It’s the perfect room for your mid-size meetings.

  • First floor
  • Step-free access (via accessible lift)
  • Air-conditioned
  • Natural daylight

All of our meeting rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi access, conference notepads and pens for each delegate*, stationery box, and flipchart pad.

*As part of our commitment to being a sustainable venue, these will be provided on request.

Capacity 10
Capacity 12
Circle of chairs

Hilda Clark was born in Street, Somerset into the Quaker family who founded the shoe manufacturers Clarks.

Hilda Clark trained as a doctor specialising in the treatment of tuberculosis. She was a strong advocate for many political and social issues including votes for women and free health care.

As World War I began, Hilda Clark and T. Edmund Harvey re-established the Friends War Victims Relief Committee (FWVRC) to help civilians displaced by the war. The FWVRC engaged in relief and reconstruction work across Europe. Hilda Clark opened maternity hospitals in which 3,789 babies and infants were cared for. After the war, she helped starving families in Germany and Austria and studied the effects of malnutrition.

She spent her life working in war zones, including Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Turkey, and then Spain after the civil war and France in World War II.

Hilda Clark was honorary secretary of the Women’s Peace Crusade and was involved with the League of Nations and the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Her papers are held in the Library in Friends House.

Today, Quakers aid refugees and train human rights observers to help resolve conflict.


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