The Lye and Wollescote Cemetery Chapels in Cemetery Road, Lye, West Midlands DY9 8AL is a Grade II listed building in recognition of its architectural and historical importance as part of the UK's national heritage; it is a rare surviving example of a cemetery chapel designed to incorporate two chapels within a single building.

The associated cemetery continues in use but the two chapels, at opposite ends of the building, are redundant: the nonconformist chapel was closed in the 1970s and the Church of England chapel closed following a fire in 1993 which caused minor damage to the interior.

This historically important building is at risk until a new secure use is found.

Tender Opportunity

We are seeking contractors with experience in historic building conservation projects to deliver the main contract works for the repair and refurbishment of the chapels. Contact Jamie Sisley at Graham Hale & Company by noon on 12th September for further information. The deadline for completion and submission of PQQs is 12 noon on Monday 15th September.

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HLF Bid Success!

The West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust has received confirmed support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF.) Grant funding of up to 1,025,000 has been awarded.

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Funded by the National Lottery through Awards for All

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