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interior of Becket's Chapel showing timber roof beams, leaded windows and white walls

Becket's Chapel in Wymondham is a Grade 1 listed building, recently restored by Historic Norfolk.

The chapel is one of Wymondham's most important heritage assets. The earliest parts of the building date from the 12th century and it has been an important part of life in the town for hundreds of years.
After many years of neglect the building was in a very poor state of repair and was on Historic England's risk register. 

 

In September 2022 Historic Norfolk purchased the chapel and carried out a programme of restoration and repair, thanks to grant funding from Historic England, the Architectural Heritage Fund, Norwich Freemens Charity, The Pilgrim Trust, The Headley Trust and the Geoffrey Watling Charity.

Becket's Chapel is available to hire for meetings, receptions and other activities.

From May to November it is home to Wymondham Arts.

Upcoming Events

  • Historic Norfolk Annual Lecture: Becket's Reborn
    Historic Norfolk Annual Lecture: Becket's Reborn
    Fri, 19 Apr
    19 Apr 2024, 19:30 – 21:30
    Revealing its hidden history, repairing it for 21st century use and planning its low carbon future
  • Cavick String Quartet
    Cavick String Quartet
    Sat, 27 Apr
    27 Apr 2024, 19:30 – 21:30
    Beethoven | Elgar | Haydn

Volunteer at Becket's Chapel

Historic Norfolk is looking for local people interested in helping with the day-to-day management of Becket’s chapel. If you live nearby and would like to be involved as an Historic Norfolk volunteer, we’d love to hear from you.

Want to know more? Click on the button below to send us an email.

Becket's Chapel, 2 Church Street,

Wymondham, NR18 0PH

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