June 2022 Newsletter

The June edition of the newsletter has items of interest on the successful Witchfinder project, our public consultation event which was followed up by a generous grant from English Heritage, an update on the Discovery project and more.


June 2022 Newsletter

Grant from Historic England

A generous and significant grant has been awarded by Historic England towards our renovation project - "Unwrapped". The chapel is at risk and urgently needs funds to undertake the necessary repairs to the external render.


BBC News article

March 2022 Newsletter

The Spring edition of the Newsletter is packed with updates about the chapel and includes our new programme of events for the 2022 season. Find out more about this and our public consultation event on 30 April that will provide an update on the conservation project and how you can become more involved. There is also news that we have become a Charitable Incorporated Organisation and you can find out much more about the Discovery Project and how to get involved.


Newsletter March 2022

December 2021 Newsletter

In this newsletter we review the ups and downs of this turbulent year. We  look ahead to 2022, provide an update on the Unwrapped renovation project, the Witchfinder musical project and the new Discovery project. There is also a moving tribute to Vic Gray MBE who sadly died recently and we introduce Miriam Stead who we are very grateful to for agreeing to become the new Discovery project co-ordinator. We also pay tribute to Bill Mahood who has stepped down after 12 years of chairing the chapel committee with such skill, and who has guided the chapel through some difficult times with great tact and leadership.


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September 2021- Newsletter

This month we have much to report including the forthcoming Heritage Open Days on the 11th and 12th of September and our own Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving on Sunday 26th September. There is also coverage of the new "Discovery" Project and the visit by one of our patrons Dr Kate Tiller, as well as an update on the fundraising and important news on the Friends of Walpole Old Chapel.


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Short blog for SPAB by Mark Wenham

In what could be mistaken for a farmhouse outside Halesworth in Suffolk, stands what what once a secret meeting house for ‘independents'. Short blog for SPAB by Mark Wenham:

March Newsletter

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Thank you to Emmanuel College Cambridge for their donation

Emmanuel College Cambridge kindly donated £1000 to the Chapel which of course will go to the Unwrapped Project. Find out more about the project here.

December Newsletter

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Launch of major campaign for conservation repairs for Walpole Old Chapel