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Bullhouse Chapel, Bullhouse Lane

Bullhouse Chapel, Bullhouse Lane, Bulhouse Bridge, Millhouse Green, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S36 9NF View on map

The chapel was registered as a place of worship for Dissenting Protestants in 1692 at Pontefract Assizes and has had a continuous history of independent worship to this day. Its beauty lies in its simplicity. The pulpit is the focal point and is believed to be the original.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

27 February - 27 November: Mondays, 9am - 3pm. At other times by means of a key held in a keysafe, the code can be obtained by a telephone call to Miss Hilda Howard (tel: 01226 766907). Other telephone numbers for access are displayed in the porch.

Directions

Off A628 Barnsley to Manchester road near Millhouse Green. Rail: Penistone (3 miles by road or 2 miles walking distance on the Transpennine Way). Bus: routes 20A and 300 (Penistone Station to Millhouse Green).

Parking Spaces

10

Chapel on private land, please respect this and shut gate.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes