Upper Chapel News

TWO CHARMING STORIES FROM IRELAND, BY REV. DESMOND PORTER

My Dad had upwards of 30 Clydesdale horses, used for pulling his coal carts.
In size they were absolutely giganticus! Extremely strong, yet by nature, very gentle and docile creatures. However; I was ever so slightly afraid of them. I hasten to say, this was not their fault. It was just that I was young, and smallicus!

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MAINTAINING THE FABRIC OF OUR PREMISES

Much work has taken place over recent years, under the stewardship of the Trustees, to improve and enhance the Upper Chapel complex of buildings. The largest project was the installation of the lift, providing alternative and disabled access from the Chapel and Hollis Building (ground floor level) to the Surrey Street level, the first floor of the Hollis Building and up to Channing Hall - with the associated ease of access for equipment and other large items.

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MUSIC IN THE GARDENS

How fortunate we are in Sheffield to have the wonderful Botanical Gardens situated so near to the city centre - an oasis of tranquility in a modern, vibrant city.

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Upcoming Events

  • Heritage Open Days: Upper Chapel would like to welcome everyone to come and explore our beautiful Chapel & Channing hall on the 8th/9th September 11am-3pm - Free admission - refreshments available. More events
  • Off the Shelf: Presents an evening of New responses to Jane Austen on the 27th October - Doors open at 7pm - for more information please click on events and groups. More events