Image: David Hancock and Linda Hasking - Lived In

Welcome to Chapel Gallery
West Lancashire Borough Council welcomes you to the Chapel Gallery. Our diverse programme brings innovative contemporary art and craft to the region from across the UK, while also supporting locally based artists in the development of their careers.

There are plenty of activities to keep young minds absorbed and, with our Café and Contemporary Craft Shop, the gallery is the perfect place to visit on a day out.


Header images: Linda Hasking and David Hancock- Lived In, an Education Workshop, Hannah Chater and Gary Colclough - ID, David Stanley

 

Open 2016 Entry Form

West Lancashire Open Exhibition:
16 July - 7 September 2016

 

This exhibition is the first in our new Exhibition & Events Programme. (Download a pdf version below).

Over 200 artworks - from paintings, prints and photography to textiles and 3D works.

Prices start at £40 for an original artwork, and pieces can be purchased with a 0% interest loan from the Arts Council England’s Own Art Scheme, for as little as £10 per month.

Link to External Site: What is Own Art?

Download a pdf version of our programme:
Exhibition and Events Programme.pdf

 

Skelmersdale Landscapes

FREE Summer Holiday Activities:
Creative fun for 8-11 year olds & 11-16 year olds!

From learning to make puppets, storyboarding and animation techniques to working with an artist in the creation of an inflatable artwork - fantastically fun and all free!

For more information visit: Holiday Activities

 

More About Us

Visiting Information

Opening Times:

Tuesday - Saturday
10.00 am - 16.30 pm

Closed Monday, Sunday & all Bank Holidays.
Christmas opening: Closed from 24 December 2015 -
5 January 2016.

Free Admission
Disabled Access

St. Helens Road, Ormskirk,
Lancashire,
L39 4QR.

T: +44 (0) 1695 571328
F: +44 (0) 1695 579856

Directions:

Train | To 'Ormskirk'. Head towards Ormskirk Bus Station, cross on to St. Helen's Road at the cycle shop and follow to old chapel.
Approx. 5 minutes.

Bus | To 'Ormskirk'. Cross on to St. Helen's Road at the cycle shop and follow to old chapel.
Approx. 2 minutes.

Car | Click here for directions