The Horton Chapel Project is the restoration and refurbishment of Epsom’s Grade II listed Horton Chapel to be run as a not-for-profit arts centre.
The project to convert the building, which has stood empty for many years, is managed by volunteer-led charity Horton Chapel Arts & Heritage Society, set up by a group of Epsom residents.
The vision has been developed in consultation with the community and local partners, and is being supported by Heritage Lottery Fund, Architectural Heritage Fund and Power to Change.
LATEST NEWS: University of the Creative Arts’ Lee Widdows joins charity board
NEWS: Power to Change grant success for Horton Chapel Project
NEWS: Planning application submitted for Horton Chapel Project
NEWS: Heritage Lottery Fund awards our project a £300,000 development grant
NEWS: Epsom and Ewell Borough Council votes unanimously to support our proposal.
NEWS: Architectural Heritage Fund awards our project a £25,000 development grant
In this short video, committee member Sky Sports News presenter Julian Waters and Epsom resident Mike Sherman, take a look inside Horton Chapel.
You can also take an interactive 360 degree video tour inside Horton Chapel.
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