Sun 4 August, 1.30-3.30pm at Cambridge Leper Chapel.

Your chance to see inside one of Cambridge’s oldest buildings, which is not usually open to the public.

The Leper Chapel dates from 1125 when it was built as a place of worship for Lepers at an adjacent hospital. The building has 900 years of fascinating history, in that time being used as bar, warehouse, dwelling, for animals and a place of worship. This atmospheric building is grade I listed and contains architectural styles from several periods since 1125.

Volunteer guide available.

Free, donations appreciated.

Please note, there is no car parking at the Chapel itself, but car parking is available on nearby streets. There will not be any toilets available at the Chapel, the nearest public toilet is 300 metres. There is a large step into the Chapel.