Upper Chapel | Sheffield

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Now a Grade II listed building, Upper Chapel (originally called New Chapel) was erected in  1700 as a place of worship.  As a Unitarian Meeting Place no compulsory doctrine or creed is required for members or ministers. Click the above link to visit their website.


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  1. Some great images there. Let’s hope this building manages to fend off those who would seek to ‘repurpose it’ for years to come. I still shudder at what happened to that amazing Listed Georgian chapel on Carver Street, which the Council merrily allowed to be turned into a (insert cuss word of choice here) … a theme pub!

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