Chapel, Chichester Union Workhouse, (Chichester, St Paul)




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Broyle Road, Chichester.

Grid reference: 486083, 105474, View on: Google Maps, Open Street Map, Streetmap, National Library of Scotland Map or Oldmaps.


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Building information:

Built: 1625.

Style: Brick with western bell cote. West elevation now painted white.

Current use: Residential.


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In 1625, following a benefaction by William Cawley, Chichester erected almshouses on the east side of New Broyle Road. They were intended to provide homes for twelve decayed tradesmen of Chichester. In 1681, there is reference to use of the building as a workhouse.
The chapel is the centre of the range of buildings facing Broyle Road.
It was converted to residential use in about 2001.

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