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You wouldn't know this was there! A charming chapel and gardens with almshouses. Very lovely and well maintained. Just be careful the paths can be very slippery but there are signs warning you of this.
I love spending the time there. It's small but very nice garden, entry is free. At the entrance there is a finger labyrinth from wood for meditation. If you are lucky, you can enjoy absolute peace in the beautiful, quiet atmosphere.
After the busy hustle and bustle of the town centre, just a short way off is this tiny, ancient chapel with simple white washed walls. They also have alms houses that depict how they would have been used and a peaceful little garden, smelling beautifully...More
What a little gem!
The chapel is very well kept and so peaceful. The award winning garden is delightful and the almshouses have been well restored and are an interesting glimpse into the past. Amazing to think that they were occupied up to 1950 even...More
The almshouses, situated in Magdalene Street, and with a very attractive small garden, are definitely worth a visit. Possibly founded in the 13th century, they are a set of small buildings originally designed to home the poor. There is a small chapel near the entrance,...More