Westgate Chapel The congregation adopted Unitarian thought in the eighteenth century. Its members have taken a leading part in the economic, social, educational, political and spiritual life of Wakefield and its vicinity.

Amongst those interred in its catacombs perhaps the earliest in the country to be opened for public burials are industrialists, innovators, merchant princes, members of Parliament and political radicals.

The Chapel is a fine Georgian building listed Grade II* and possesses many fine features including its pulpit, first erected in an earlier chapel in 1737, an interesting organ manufactured in 1847, and a bell tower.