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Chapel/Mission Hall, Burnham Green (now Village Hall)

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That this was a school built in 1843 and is now the village hall and post office is not in dispute, as is the fact that it has had a religious use. English Heritage’s inventory of meeting houses suggest it became a Wesleyan Chapel, the Village Hall’s website states that it was used as a mission church after the school’s closure in 1929 before being purchased from St Albans diocese to be the village hall.

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Village Hall website

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