AboutMemorial secrets in a secluded chapel.
Striking memorials grace this fascinating rural chapel – which is all that remains of a 14th-century church. The earliest, a wall memorial from the 1620s, shows a kneeling John Evelyn I and his wife wearing grand Stuart fashions, with their 11 children in a line below. Perhaps the most imposing memorial is Robert Pierrepoint’s – an angel supports his life-sized marble figure. The chapel stands alone in excellent walking country – a great place to take a break.
To ensure access to this church, please call 0117 929 1766 before your visit to arrange a date and time.
Disabled access - There is a rough grassy path from the parking area in front of the Hall to the chapel and a small step at the entrance.
Map & Directions
7 miles south east of Salisbury, off A36, situated 150 metres down a bridleway.
Public Transport Directions
Nearest railway station: Dean (0.2 miles).