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Norcliffe Chapel is in the village of Styal, Cheshire, England. It is a Unitarian chapel, and is designated as a Grade II listed building and recorded in the National Heritage List for England. The chapel was built in 1822–23 by a mill owner for his workers, and was extended by his son in 1867. Further additions were made in 1906. The chapel is built in brick, and is in Gothic Revival style. Since 1977 it has been in the ownership of the National Trust, but continues to function as an active Unitarian chapel.


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Cheshire East
United Kingdom

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