Horton Chapel, the grade II listed building in Epsom that is about to be transformed into an arts centre, is opening for a special one-day event as part of national Heritage Open Day on 8th September.
The building has been closed to the public for several decades, and trustees of the charity that planned and secured Heritage Lottery Funding for the renovation project, have organised short tours of the building throughout the day.
Visitors will be able to hear about the history of the building and view plans and artist’s impressions of Horton Chapel for the next phase of its life.
Tours are free of charge but have limited places that must be booked in advance. The event is expected to be very popular, and visitors are encouraged to book as soon as possible, as places will be given on a first-come first-served basis. If your first choice of time slot is showing as ‘sold out’ please select an alternative start time.
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Saturday 8 September: 10am – 4pm
Booking closes: 7 September 2018 12:00
Please note: There are no toilets or facilities of any kind on site. The building itself is partially wheelchair accessible but the ground around the site is currently very uneven with long grass and no path. There is no parking on-site. Children must be supervised at all times by an adult.