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We were lucky to be in Rotherham on Saturday when the chapel was open to the public. The volunteers and local historians were made the visit fun and interesting especially Steve in the dungeon, and the guy who did the best health and safety brief...More
An interesting building well worth a tidy up. There are too many weeds. The chapel was not open when we visited, but they do hold services there. The chapel has been a prison and other things in its history. Chapels on bridges are few and...More
There is a book available telling the fascinating story of this building from Hamby;'s High Street R'ham or the Visitor centre near the Minster in town centre, "The Chapel on the Bridge - Legacy of an Archbishop" by Margaret Jackson
Whilst I knew it would not be open to visit, whilst in the Town I was keen to see the Chapel, reputedly one of only four left in the country. Built in 1483 and Grade One listed, it is an impressive structure, standing beside the...More
With a complicated and fascinating history, the Chapel of Our Lady is one of the most interesting buildings in Rotherham. Open on several occasions throughout the year and with a team of Friends who give presentations and guided visits to the cellar jail cells, this...More
If you get the chance, visit this fascinating building, small is beautiful. Excellent talk and slideshow by Margaret giving the full history of the site including informative photos through the ages.
Steve gave a super guided tour of what was once a prison in the...More