|Town or city||Hale Barns, Greater Manchester|
Hale Chapel is a Unitarian chapel in Hale Barns, Greater Manchester (grid reference SJ789857). The chapel was built in 1723 and was originally a Presbyterian meeting house. A vestry was added c1880 and around the same time alterations were made to the rest of the building. The chapel features an 18th-century pulpit and 19th century stained glass. Hale Chapel is the earliest place of worship in either Hale or Hale Barns.
- "Hale Chapel". Images of England. Retrieved 2008-02-23.
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