Bewerley Grange ChapelDating from about 1495 the chapel was used by lay brothers from nearby Fountains Abbey who worked the land, quarried stone and lead. During its lifetime the chapel has been a court leat, a school, a carpenter's workshop, then in 1964 was restored as a place of worship.
The chapel, enjoying an atmosphere of tranquillity, is open during daylight house to visitors, providing a place of spiritual refreshment. In the Hermitage attached to the chapel resides a Benedictine Sister (Mary Cuthbert) from the Community of the Holy Cross, Rempstone living an eremitical life.
The daily offices of Morning and Evening Prayer are said on weekdays at 8am and 4.30pm.