Bewerley Grange Chapel



Post Code - HG3 5HX

Welcome to Bewerley Grange Chapel.

Videography courtesy of Martyn Sheard


Bewerley Grange Chapel is nestled in the heart of the idyllic Yorkshire village of Bewerley just outside of Pateley Bridge. It is the oldest of our six churches dating back to around 1495. It is the only remaining Grange of Fountains Abbey and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Over the years Bewerley Grange has had a variety of uses, a court leat, a carpenters workshop and it was a school for 140 years teaching English, Greek and Latin. In July 1965 after restoration, the chapel was rededicated by the Bishop of Ripon. This unique chapel has an atmosphere of great tranquillity and is held in great affection by locals and visitors alike. 

Bewerley Grange is a late fifteenth century, rural chapel and celebrates a 9am Holy Communion according to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer service. There is a very popular Flower Festival every August and the truly atmospheric Carols by Candlelight in December.

This ancient chapel steeped in prayer and spirituality is a wonderful place to worship God with a warm, friendly congregation.

Services: 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 9am


Vicar: Reverend Darryl Hall,
The Vicarage,
New Church Street,

Pateley Bridge. HG3 5LQ  
Telephone: 01423 711414

Churchwarden:   Vacancy



Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at 9am - Holy Communion is celebrated in the style of the Book of Common Prayer (1928) 

Reverend Darryl Hall,                                                                               

The Vicarage,
New Church Street,
Pateley Bridge,
North Yorkshire,

01423 711414