COMMUNITY

Coronavirus

Feeling bored with being shut up at home?  Need some exercise? 
Want something sensible to do with the children?

Why not take a walk around Charlwood and look at some of our historic buildings (from the outside).  Providence Chapel has a useful 8-page guide giving directions and a short description of each of 28 historic features.  

It was written for us by Steph Page, based on an earlier guide written by Jean Shelley for the Charlwood Society, and printed for us by the Heritage Lottery Fund

You will find it HERE.  Why not print off a copy to help you discover things you never knew about Charlwood?

Sorry we can't invite you inside to look at the recently restored chapel but you are welcome to walk around the outside.

UPCOMING EVENTS –

Open days –

The Chapel will be open on dates to be advised on this website, or our Facebook page and/or notices at the Chapel.

Special interest groups – 

The Chapel can be opened for special interest groups by prior arrangement. Please see Contact The Trust page

Heritage Open Days –

It is hoped to have the Chapel open for the September 2021 Open Day – to be advised.

Religious services & burials –

The Trustees would be pleased to see the Chapel used for occasional religious services. The Chapel graveyard can be made available for burials, or the burial of ashes. A modest charge may be made in either case to help with running costs including insurance.  Please contact the Trust Secretary – Contact the Trust page

Weddings –

The Chapel is not currently licensed for wedding services.

Community Diary – 

See whats going on in Charlwood see Diary and Links page


HISTORY TRAIL - 

Take a walk from the Chapel around the historic heart of Charlwood to visit some of the numerous listed houses and other structures incl. the 11th Century church and 19th Century ' lock up' or gaol  - please go to the link -  Charlwood Society Walks - Providence Chapel is no. 12 in Walk 1 if you want to start your walkfrom the Chapel.