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Woodmancote Chapel was erected in October 1892 from a corrugated iron ‘flat pack’ and known affectionately as a ‘tin tabernacle’. It is one of only two active Anglican ‘tin tabernacles’ still being used for divine service, and oldest, in Sussex and the fourth oldest in the UK. 

In 2012, a service was held to celebrate its 120th anniversary.

The Chapel does not have disabled access, a lavatory nor a water supply. 

The Chapel's sister church is St John the Baptist, Westbourne.

St John the Baptist and Woodmancote Chapel website


Woodmancote Lane
PO10 8RD

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