The Old Chapel, 3, Queens Passage, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 5AP Tucked behind Prickend Pond and the Queen's Head pub in the heart of Chislehurst, is the newly restored Old Chapel. You may not realise it's there, but when you've seen it you won't quite know how you missed it. Standing since 1856 and completely renovated by The Chislehurst Society, the building has been, variously, a liberal club, Sunday school, Salvation Army hall, boys' club and scientific glass factory - as well as, for ten years, a chapel. Now it's the home of The Chislehurst Society.
Finding the Old Chapel: Parking - There is one space for disabled parking on the Old Chapel forecourt. Parking on the High Street and in three car parks just off it (Red Cross, next to ThaiDine, Chislehurst Library), is free after 6pm. Rail: Nearest stations are Chislehurst (1.2 miles) and Elmstead Woods (1.5 miles). Bus: 161 from North Greenwich, 273 from Petts Wood, 162 from Beckenham and Bromley, 61 from Bromley North, 160 from Sidcup.
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