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Underbank Chapel Stannington Yorkshire

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Underbank Chapel was a chapel of ease for the people of Stannington who would otherwise need to travel to St Nicholas at Bradfield, or to St Mary in Ecclesfield. Both journeys were more than 5 miles along rough and hilly roads. The building was opened in 1743 when it was affiliated to the Church of England, but by 1785 it was fully Unitarian.

A brief account of the history with photographs is on Wikipedia at [1]

A very much more detailed account entitleld "A History of Underbank Chapel, Stannington " by Frederick T Wood is available as a PDF download via [2]

More photographs are available from the Picture Sheffield site [3] as follows:

  • Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road [4]
  • South East View [5]
  • Burial Ground [6]
  • Map of Stannington [7]




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