The Chapel has been open to visitors daily since 1967. Styled on the Byzantine model with icons, an icon screen, tower and onion dome, the Orthodox Christian Chapel until 2009 had an iconographer.
We are going through the development phase of a heritage lottery bid to enable us, with funding, to restore the building, a former railway station and platform. With funding in place our aim is to provide displays of icon and railway heritage with a community garden which is a work in progress.
The garden has wheelchair access and will be open in the Spring, on days when we have stewards there, or by request.
The surface of the car park and pathway leading to entrance:
Drop-off point for guests outside entrance
The route from the parking area to the entrance:
Is flat (i.e. without steps)
Level access (no steps/thresholds) or access by ramp or lift:
From the entrance to reception / ticket area
Good contrast between the floor and walls
St Seraphim's Chapel is open daily to visitors. There is a parking area at the front. There are some steps up to the porch entrance with handrails. There is electric lighting for use by the public in the Chapel. There are seats.