The Cambridge Leper Chapel is a wonderful, local, historic building, steeped in 900 years of history. It is much loved by everyone who visits. Stepping inside holds a special magic for all who get this opportunity on the occasional open days or at events, which are held from time to time.

We've cared for the since the 1950s. We don't receive any regular funding for the care or repair of the Chapel from local or national government or other bodies.

In 2018 we commissioned a building report which has recommended around £200,000 of repairs and conservation work to the building. This includes re-tiling the roof: pegs are failing and tiles are falling off, putting the building at risk from rainwater.

We are fundraising for these repairs and other necessary improvements (for example removing the modern step into the Chapel so that it can be wheelchair accessible).

Please click here to donate to help our work caring for this fascinating historic building and our other properties.

Please volunteer your time or expertise to help care for this fantastic old building, join our work parties or raise funds, click here to find out how.

Please become a member of our charity - your subscription will help support our historic properties and green spaces, including the Leper Chapel click here to find out how to join. 

Another way to support us is to leave a gift in your will to help ensure that future generations can enjoy visiting the Chapel, click here to find out how.

Thank you everyone who donates or volunteers to help us care for the Leper Chapel and open it for visits and the recreation of the medieval Stourbridge Fair.