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The Unitarian Chapel, York

The Unitarian Chapel, York
York Unitarian Chapel is on the northern side of Saint Saviourgate, very close to the junction with Spen Lane. The earliest of York's surviving nonconformist churches, it was built in 1692-1693 as St Saviourgate Presbyterian Chapel after worshippers had used private houses since 1672. It was also known as Lady Hewley's Chapel, after one of their key supporters and benefactors. The brick building is in the form of a cross. The land around it was used as a burial ground. [The History Files]

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The Unitarian Chapel is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6061951978

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