St Nicholas Chapel

Westbury / East Meon, Hampshire England UK

[Roman Catholic]

During the 14th century, the Lord of the Manor of Westbury House built the chapel as a chapel of ease to parish of East Meon. It has been deserted since the Reformation. The ruins, on the road between East and West Meon, are in the grounds of a boys' school which currently occupies the Manor grounds. There is a stone relief knight or priest on a medieval window. The original bowl from the plain stone font is now in All Saints' Church, East Meon. The ruins are a listed Ancient Monument.