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How lovely to see this beautiful old building, one of the oldest in Barnstable being used again and enabling people to see the interior once again if you love history or old buildings this is a must visit.
Going down from the first floor to the crypt is a quarter half circle staircase which is reasonably steep and when I went to see an exhibition there I was so surprised when I got to the bottom to see the other half of this...More
This Chapel is in an unfortunate position. Inside it has been refurbished especially the kitchen area and toilets it is such a pity that it is in a dark position because of all the overhanging trees. To reach the toilets and also the cript downstairs...More
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Dion S, General Manager at St Anne's Arts & Community Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 11 May 2015
Thanks for taking the time to write a review. You'll be pleased to hear that last Autumn the trees in the churchyard were coppiced, meaning we have much more natural light in the building, we also have had gallery lighting installed for our...More
This quaint old building which is believed to be the oldest in the town has been brought back to life thankfully.It is used by by many who appreciate how it has been tastefully restored. Thanks to all the volunteers and staff who help within. Barnstaple...More
This little quaint place got refurbished by Pearce Construction after many years of being stagnant, theSt. Anne’s Chapel dates to the early part of the 14th century, being in the Decorated Gothic style (1270-1370) with the addition of a mid 16th century porch tower.