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This is a beautiful little chapel with lots of history going back to Knight's Templars. As I was staying in the Red Lion next door I could not call in and view it. Also it is also only a few yards away from the train...More
If you’re passing by definitely worth turning off to see. A lovely well maintained chapel in surprisingly good repair giving a peaceful space in quite a busy location. Free to enter and most likely you’ll be alone there. Great little hidden piece of history especially...More
This is a simple little building dating from the 13/14th century. Clearly it is solidly built as it has stood through the centuries since. The roof structure is exposed, and there are lots of stone carved windows and door openings. One end is a brick...More
If you're in Cambridgeshire then this is definitely worth visiting. A little off the beaten track, and the sat nav will mean crossing the railway bridge, follow the English Heritage signs. There it has stood for centuries, witnessing the changes around it. Pretty much the...More
For a look back in time (and a reason to be grateful for medical advances)this chapel, likely used as a hospital, is an interesting heritage site nestled amidst modern buildings off a busy road. Quite a contrast of eras...
This is a small building, inside is bare but the history of the place is what makes it. Monks used it has a hospital for travellers. It's not something to travel miles to see but if your in the area it's worth a visit.