Horton Chapel Arts & Heritage Society

We are a voluntary group of Epsom residents planning to restore and refurbish Epsom’s Grade II listed Horton Chapel, which has stood empty for many years, and run it as a not-for-profit community arts centre.

LATEST NEWS: Heritage Lottery Fund awards our project a £300,000 development grant
LATEST NEWS: Epsom and Ewell Borough Council votes unanimously to support our proposal.
LATEST NEWS: Architectural Heritage Fund awards our project a £25,000 development grant

We conducted  market research to help us better understand the appetite in the borough for some of the many ideas that we have. More than 90 per cent of respondents either approved or strongly approved of our vision.

In April 2016, we were awarded a £10,000 start-up grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to help us fund the early planning stages of the project. More details here.

In this short video, local resident Mike Sherman and committee member Sky Sports News presenter Julian Waters take a tour inside Horton Chapel, with a brief overview of  the Horton Chapel Project.

You can also take an interactive 360 degree video tour inside Horton Chapel.

We’ll be putting more information on this website as the project develops. You can send us a message here, and you can also connect with us on Facebook.

And sign up here if you’d like to receive occasional updates from our email newsletter.

Please check back for more details – or take a look at our vision statement , read more information about our committee, or take a look through the picture gallery of Horton Chapel as it is now.