Come to the Old Chapel to have a cuppa and get creative. Entrance is on a first come, first served basis, and prices start at £5.
We will be open from 10am-2pm.
There’s certainly more of a chill in the air, so it seems like a good time to remember those lovely summer days at the Old Chapel. Back in July our […]
A lot went on in our first full month open to the public, below are some of the highlights. Right at the beginning of April, Kate Vigurs, from History’s Maid, […]
It was a snowy first open weekend for The Old Chapel. On the morning of the 23 March, I woke up ready for the day ahead. Excited, nervous and curious all […]
Back at the end of February, Dawn Wood, from Ages of Elegance, came down to help a team of volunteers and I make some historic costumes. These costumes will be […]
The Old Chapel plans to bring history to life using Costumed Interpreters. We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help make some of these costumes. On 18, 19 and 20 […]
I’ve often been asked when out and about at different events ‘what is the significance of the building?’ and ‘why is it being saved?’ From the religious history of the […]
Hello, I am Gemma Smith and I am the Heritage Officer for the Old Chapel. This blog will provide regular updates on what’s happening with the project. Currently, the renovation […]