About Asylum Chapel
A beautiful distressed Grade II listed Georgian chapel established in 1827.
The chapel was bombed in WWII and lost its roof and floor which were replaced in the 60's.
The interior remains largely in shell condition but with concrete floor and modern toilet facility. The original stained glass windows and memorial plaques remain.
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Asylum Chapel Ratings and Reviews
This location is super powerful for any event or filming. Very quiet and nice gardens and very easy to work with the company that manages it. Would love to repeat soon!
The chapel is simply beautiful. Grate place to film, i'll definitely film here again.
Very cold! My model almost froze to death but it is March! We went over the time and the lady who came to lock up was understandably upset that clean up time went over but she could have been more helpful. For example, the courier got stuck in the door with his hands full of equipment and she just stood there watching him struggle, she could have held the door for him. I did not realise this until I came back in the chapel to see this older gentleman trapped in the chapel door whilst she stood there with arms crossed... Not very gracious or kind. Over all, beautiful location and the ladies I booked the chapel with were very helpful and accommodating.
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