St.Mary's Chapel, Ware Street, Barnard Castle (Barnard Castle)
Ware Street Chapel. May 2001
Ware Street Chapel. West Front, North Window. May 2001
Ware Street Chapel. View from south-west. May 2001
The Ware Street Chapel was built around 1830 for a small protestant church. By the second half of the century it had been taken over by the local Catholic community. They stopped using the church in the 1920s when a new church was built on Newgate. After this the chapel was used first as a workshop and then a store building. By 2000 it was in very poor condition.
|Historical period:||Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)|
|Event(s):||Building recording at the former St Mary's Roman Catholic Chapel, Ware Street, Barnard Castle 2001; Northern Archaeological Associates|
Source of Reference
Local History of Barnard Castle
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