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Wiltshire Community History

Congregational Chapel, Maiden Bradley

The house of Matthew Morris was licensed for Congregational worship in 1672 but later licenses were for Independent worship. A chapel was built in 1820 and licensed for Independent worship in 1822. It became Congregational and remained so until 1972 when, in common with many other Congregational chapels it became a United Reform church. The chapel is rendered with a Welsh slate roof, and a plain stone Tuscan portico. A schoolroom was added to the eastern end and there is a 20th century lean-to extension. Inside there is a gallery on wooden columns and an organ loft, probably of the late 19th century. The chapel was built to accommodate 150 people.

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