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Worth stopping by and spending time to read the history in the leaflets or speak to any volunteers he may be there to offer further information. It's a lovely place to stop and sit but also fascinating to see the extremely old almshouses tiny but...More
This is a very small chapel with alm houses outside, one of them being furnished and open to the public. The garden is small but attractive and still colourful in October, the history of the place is fascinating. Well worth a visit and it is...More
Despite many visits to Glastonbury over the last 10 years, I only found out about The Magalene Chapel as the locals call it, just before my last visit and it was by far the highlight of my visit. Beautiful energy, lovely staff looking after the...More
If you want to escape the hustle & bustle of the High Street, take a stroll along the west side of Magdalene Street, past the church & Victorian pump house, and look for a small alley on your right. Go through the door at the...More