Chapel of St Patrick, Main Street, Heysham, Lancashire

Chapel of St Patrick, Main Street, Heysham, Lancashire
Photograph taken 29 July 2001 © Mr Charles Satterly LRPS. Source Historic England Archive ref: 391833

These are the ruins of a chapel that was built in the 8th or 9th century. It is now in ruins, but some consolidation work was carried out in 1903. Excavations in 1977-8 revealed evidence of an earlier chapel, which was rebuilt and extended towards the east to form the building which now remains.

Location

Lancashire Heysham

Period

Anglo Saxon (Britons/English/Vikings) (410 - 1065)

Tags

chapel religion faith ruin Anglo Saxon (410 - 1065)