The Unitarian Chapel was built in 1819. Grade II listed. The architect is unknown.
It is a building of great charm, combining classical facades with gothic details (in the window glazing). There is evidence that low-cost materials were used when constructed, which indicates the original budget was limited. However from limited means the builders have created a small masterpiece - every part of the structure has a refined sense of decorative interest.
Small burial ground to the rear, now mostly given over to car parking.
More on the building is available here.
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Above: Pulpit - before
reordering the pulpit was
located in a central