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The tiniest church in Britain
after the original church was demolished.

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Fred Polhill
Help, I read your article after Googleing the Reverand Malcolm Ross and came up with your artcle on the smallest church. I lost contact with malcolm 3 years ago after he retired and moved and wondered if you could put me back in touch with thanks F.P.touch

Liz Norris
Hi, I have lived in Wiltshire a long time and have maps of the area but cannot find Bremhilham or Foxley.Can you tell me where it is please.

STEPHANIE MELINDA RIGBY
What a splendid place, a must see for my next visit to your lovely land. Long may it remain to give joy and hope to those who care to see.

Stuart
Delightful building -perhaps the original architect plotted the drawings off at the wrong scale!

Mathew
Praise the Lord, for surviving history. Its a quaint building with real history.

BooBooChongWong
Bless, how lovely does it look?

Sally Carr
How lovely! Thank God they saved this small piece of history from the turkeys!

patsy hudson
When is the 2005 service? 'pjhudson@talk21.com'

starvive@yahoo.com
I wonder if this church can have a great make-over,but leave a great size where she's known from.

Phil (ChurchCrawler)
It is easier to create the smallest church through part demolition. Hence claims by Lullingstone Bremilham and Upleatham? The smallest complete church is St Beuno at Culbone, Somerset - nave chancel and porch all surviving as built. www.churchcrawler.co.uk

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