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Sandham Memorial Chapel, Newbury

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4.4/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • National Trust property. It is a memorial chapel to the forgotten Macedonian campaign of the First World War and painted entirely by Stanley Spencer. The information boards and the guide in the chapel...  read more »
  • Excellent place to visit for seeing Spencers art. The building itself is a pretty simple box shape chapel , So if your thing is flashy architecture this is not for you. But if you like great British a...  read more »
  • I have been wanting to visit this chapel for so long. Having visited the Matisse Chapel in Vence (which I would highly recommend if you're visiting Nice, France), I was interested in Spencer's vision ...  read more »
  • Small venue housing Stanley's work. No toilets or other amenities, cash only. Pub other side of road are the nearest toilets. Parking consists of a small lay by suitable for 3 cars - a 4th at a push. The building housing the art is kept dark in order to preserve the paint. There are leaflets guiding you through the murals.
  • Had a lovely day out with Woodley age concern..very interesting. Staff were so kind and helpful. Gave us a cuppa as their were 9 thirsty members. Watch the drive if in a bus very tight.! Worth playing a just along road too.!
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