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Yealand Conyers has three religious institutions, the Church of England St John's and Catholic and St Mary's but is particularly of note for its early support of Quakerism. Richard Hubberthorne, one of the early Quaker preachers was from the Yealands. George Fox preached a sermon in the village in 1652 and the village's Meeting House dates from 1692. The Quaker's Old School is today used as a simple hostel and can host people visiting '1652 country'.
- "Parish population 2011". Retrieved 9 June 2015.
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