Historic Talk in Oxhey

Oxhey Chapel, Oxhey, Hertfordshire
1st August 2024
Free Entry - Donations Welcome

Join local historian Neil Hamilton talking about the Chapel and the Oxhey Estate

A history of Oxhey Chapel and Oxhey Estate with Neil Hamilton at Oxhey Chapel

Thursday 1st August - 7pm (Doors at 6.30)

Free (Donations welcome)

As part of a week of activities at Oxhey Chapel, local historian Neil Hamilton will be delivering a talk on the history of the Chapel and the Oxhey Estate. 

Oxhey Chapel is a redundant Anglican chapel in Oxhey, Hertfordshire, England. The chapel was built in 1612 by Sir James Altham as a private chapel for his family and staff who lived nearby at Oxhey Place. The story of the chapel is a fascinating one and Neil's talk of it's history and that of the surrounding areas is not to be missed.

In 1977, the chapel was vested to the Redundant Churches Fund, now the Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) who continue to care for the building to this day.

This event is being organised by the CCT and donations to the Trust are welcome on the day.

Ticket Link: Oxhey Summer of Culture: The History of Oxhey Chapel & Oxhey Estate at Oxhey Chapel event tickets from TicketSource


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