The Pilgrims’ Chapel at Chapel Plaister is a tiny, but unique part of our national heritage. It dates back to the 13th Century and stands beside what in previous times, was the principal route to the south west. This chapel is one of the few remaining examples of road side havens, which would have provided shelter and a place of worship to pilgrims journeying to Glastonbury.
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|2021 (1 May 2021 - 25 Sept 2021)|