St Nicholas Chapel

Boarhunt, Hampshire England UK

Church of England (Anglican)

Church Website

This well-preserved 11th century Saxon church (ca 1064) has a Victorian bell turret. The church has been a chapel of Southwick since the 13th century. The Yew tree to the east of the church, one of the oldest in the country, has a circumference of 8.23 metres. Legend says in medieval times a family sheltered an entire winter within the hollow trunk.

More photos of the church and stained glass windows