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St Patrick's Chapel, West Nappin

Period: Mediaeval

NGR Easting: 234692

NGR Northing: 498095

Description: Medieval chapel. The present building includes masonry of two different periods. The east gable, and a short length of the adjacent north and south walls, are thought to be of 14th or 15th century style, incorporating characteristic detailing in mullions and jambs. A Norse cross (Manx Cross 103) was re-used as a lintel above the east window, and a piscina is built into the south wall. A depression outside the west gable suggests that the chapel would have been between 3 and 4m longer, measuring perhaps 10m overall.

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Site & Monument Type: chapel

Category: National Monuments Record: Statutory Ancient Monuments

Site ID number: 0263.60

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