Braydon Primitive Methodist chapel

Queen Street, Braydon, SN5 0AQ

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Braydon Primitive Methodist chapel

Braydon Primitive Methodist chapel was a corrugated iron building on Queen Street, the road where most settlement is in Braydon, running east to west through the south of the parish.

Wiltshire Community History website tells us that the Methodist  chapel was built in the 1880s and is constructed out of green corrugated iron. It probably opened in 1889. The site for the chapel was given by Mr Iles, of Moonsleaze Farm and it cost £109. It is still used for worship  in 2020.

NB Google maps has an incorrect location to the east of the actual chapel


Wiltshire Community History website  at accessed 08/08/2020

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  • It is with a heavy heart that we announce the permanent closure of Braydon Chapel.
    We must say it has not been a decision made by those of us who regularly enjoy Sunday fellowship here. But a decision made from the Upper Thames Methodist Circuit.
    Our last service is this Sunday the 26th November 2023. It will be a celebration of the past 140 years of Braydon chapel and the lovely kind people that have passed through the doors of this beloved Tin Tabernacle!
    We will begin at 4.30 with a ploughman’s supper and a time to share memories and photos of what Braydon Chapel had meant to us .
    There will be a service at 6pm lead by Rev Clive Deverell.
    If anyone has anything they’d like to share about the Chapel old or recent then please get in contact.
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    By Stephen Tuck (22/11/2023)

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