Did you know? – Protestant dissenters on Rosslyn Hill

There were other reasons for coming to Hampstead in the late 17th century other than for healthy air and water. Protestant dissenters were forbidden to preach within 5 miles of Charing Cross, but in distant Hampstead they found sympathy. They registered a meeting place on Rosslyn Hill in 1691 and on that same site still stands today the Unitarian Chapel.