Very few members of the Epsom & Ewell community have had the opportunity to see inside Horton Chapel – as it has been locked up since the mid 1990s. So we’ve put together this 360 degree interactive video in which local resident Mike Sherman talks to committee member and Sky Sports News presenter Julian Waters […]
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Horton Chapel Arts & Heritage Society (HCAHS) has been awarded a Project Development Grant of £25,000 by the Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF). The grant will cover some of the development costs to convert Epsom’s Grade II-listed Horton Chapel into a new arts and heritage centre, taking the project closer towards the start of work on […]
Councillors have unanimously voted to support our bid to convert Horton Chapel into a dynamic community hub for arts and heritage. The project would see the Grade II listed Victorian building delivering an exciting programme of courses, performances, film screenings, exhibitions, events and children’s clubs, with flexible space all available for community hire. A café/bar […]
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We’re delighted that our plans to turn Horton Chapel it into a thriving community arts hub have been given a major boost in the form of a £10,000 award from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). This money allows us to complete the first stage of our feasibility study into the project. We have retained the services […]
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council has given community groups until the end of June 2016 to submit fully costed plans for Horton Chapel. The chapel has stood vacant for many years, and its ownership was transferred to the council – along with a parcel of land – in 2004 on condition that it was to be used […]