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The Wakefield Chantry Chapel dates from the early 14th century and was built at the same time as the adjoining medieval bridge. Today both stand as though in a time bubble beside the roar of traffic along the A61. A chantry was a place where...More
This Chapel is close to the Hepworth Gallery, but direct access is barred by an extremely busy highway. I finally manage it with the help of six sets of pedestrian lights, but perhaps there is a shorter way! The Chapel is generally only open for...More
To have such a rare building within 3 miles of my home is amazing. There are only certain times in the year the chapel is open but it is worth going on line to see when it is open. Even to visit the chapel for...More
There are very few Chantry chapels, and even fewer located on an ancient bridge. Unfortunately, as most reviewers have noted, it is seldom open. My abiding memory is looking back and seeing the stained glass illuminated through pale winter sunlight. Walking distance from Station, Cathedral...More
This is a very tiny but quaint chapel worth the visit to hear about the history of the chapel ,the curator's are very responsive to visitors and have great knowledge of the history of the chapel .Off the main road but worth the trip across...More
I love this Chapel on the bridge which is one of very few in the country .It is a prime neighbour of the Hepworth Gallery lying on the less than a mile route to Tastebuds Cafe and Kirkgate Station .The opening times are so restricted...More