Not, I hasten to add, to get married.
The countryside round here is filled with small chapels. Many locals were Methodists, and going to l chapel regularly was a key part of life. Of course there were far more people in the rural communities 150 years ago, when all the labour was still done by hand. As a result many of those chapels are now slowly disintegrating.
This one has become a farm building, and is used each winter to store hay.
When the hay is removed however the inside is stunning.
A beautiful shade of turquoise with some lovely stencilling, not at all what you expect from a Methodist chapel in a remote little valley.