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SMARBER HALL CHAPEL

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Now ruined chapel with associated enclosures. Circa 1690 Lord Wharton transformed part of Smarber Hall, his shooting lodge, into a chapel. It closed in 1809, when a new chapel was built at Low Row. The site is surrounded by a drystone wall and on the east side by a stone barn of 17th century date, which was probably a cottage attached to the former meeting house. Traces of wall plaster remain internally in the barn together with evidence of earlier fenestration. The north wall of the enclosure also retains traces of wall plaster and the splayed jamb of a window at the east end.

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