Sixpenny Handley Primitive Methodist chapel
29 High Street Sixpenny Handley SALISBURY SP5 5NR
Handley Primitive Methodist chapel (also known as Sixpenny Handley) was built in 1835. It was one of the 52 buildings burnt in a calamitous fire in May 20th 1892 which started in a blacksmith’s shop. After rebuilding, it served until 1979.
After closure of the chapel, the Society remained on the plan until 1990 as Methodists conducted services in the parish church once every 2 months. At the time of Keith Guyler’s picture in 1988 it was in use as an antique dealer’s store. On Google Street View in 2011 there is no sign of commercial activity; it looks like it is in residential use.