Heritage

Heritage

 

Union Chapel’s heritage programme has been funded by Historic England. Over the next six months we will be working with new and existing practitioners, we will find creative ways for children, young people, local vulnerable families, marginalised communities and existing gig audiences to continue to discover, contribute to and connect with our non-conformist heritage.

This heritage is valued by experts and the local community alike because it is a story of a minority group who were supressed for their seemingly radical beliefs and who gained significant popular support because of their humanitarianism and eventually becoming a powerful social and political force within society, creating great change that we still experience today.