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The Chapel of St Mary Magdalene (also known as the Leper Chapel) is a place of worship and part of the Parish of Holy Cross (with Christ the Redeemer Church) on the east side of the city of Cambridge. The Chapel is owned and maintained by Cambridge Past Present & Future (formerly Cambridge Preservation Society). The Friends of the Leper Chapel, formed in 1999, promote the use of the chapel for education, cultural events and worship.


HOLY COMMUNION FIRST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH 9am
Saturday 14 September Midday - 4pm Stourbridge Fair
Celebration of the historic Stourbridge Fair - stalls and entertainments with a medieval flavour, organised by the Friends of the Leper Chapel, with support from Cambridge Past, Present & Future for Open Cambridge and Heritage Open Day Weekend - come at midday for the traditional opening of the fair or drop by through the afternoon.
More Info:01223 243830 or e-mail: enquiries@cambridgeppf.org

Please note there is no parking at the Chapel – park in nearby streets or come by bus or bike.

Those who wish to visit the Chapel - it stands at Barnwell Junction on the Newmarket Rd in Cambridge UK - may visit by prior appointment with Janet Cornish, 01223-243830. Please note that there is no disabled access to the Chapel.


If you are interested in holding an event or exhibition at the Leper Chapel please download this pdf for more info