Historic Chapels Trust

A charity and volunteer organisation, established in 1993, preserving and restoring disused non-Anglican chapels in England. "We rescue and restore Grade I and II* chapels and make them accessible"

The Trust maintain 20 chapels (at August 2017). This includes 3 chapels in the North East of England:

from https://www.hct.org.uk/
Historic Chapels Trust
- Official Website of the Trust with details of its chapels and activities, visitor and hire information etc.

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Simon Cotterill
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Primitive Methodist Chapel, Westgate
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Friends' Meeting House, Coanwood
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Biddlestone Catholic Chapel
- This former Roman Catholic chapel in Biddlestone has an interesting history. It was originally a pele tower built in the 13th century; the ground floor has defensive walls, which are 6 ...


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