List number: 1144972
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY7389841777

Redwing Chapel, near Garrigill


There is an old congrigational chapel, located in an isolated position about half a mile north-west of Garrigill in Cumbria. The chapel was built in 1756 and was in use until c.1977.[1] The old chapel is a Grade II listed building and the walls and gate are seperately Grade II listed.

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Church

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Redwing Chapel, Garrigill

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Redwing Chapel (south side)

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Redwing Chapel

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Redwing Chapel

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Graveyard, Redwing Chapel

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CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL - Redwing - List Entry
- "Congregational Chapel, made redundant c1977; dated 1756 on door lintel. Coursed squared rubble with quoins. Graduated stone-flag. Later lean-to added at west end. Single-storey....Previous list (1951) describes interior as ...

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United Congregation of Redwing Chapel, Garrigill, and Low Chapel, Alston, Cumberland
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BURIAL GROUND WALLS AND WOODEN GATE TO CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL - Redwig - List Entry
- "REDWING GARRIGILL Burial ground walls and wooden gate to Congregational Chapel....Drystone wall c4 ft high with semicircular coping. C20 wooden gate to centre of east wall...."

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