Champs Chapel Museum of East Hendred

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View of Champs Chapel Museum in East Hendred

The Champs Chapel Museum of East Hendred is a local village museum housed in the former Chapel of Jesus of Bethlehem, built in 1453 by Carthusian monks and now commonly called Champs Chapel, at East Hendred[1] in the English county of Oxfordshire (formerly in Berkshire).

Exhibits in the museum trace more than a thousand years of the history of East Hendred, a history which is closely interwoven with that of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and England.[2] The museum is open on Sunday afternoons (April to October) and upon request at other times.[3] Admission is free, although voluntary donations are welcomed. The museum is operated entirely by volunteers from local East Hendred Heritage Trust.


  1. ^ "East Hendred Parish".
  2. ^ "East Hendred, The Chapel of Jesus of Bethlehem". Royal Berkshire History.
  3. ^ "Museum Opening Times". Retrieved 9 March 2016.

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Coordinates: 51°35′49″N 1°20′12″W / 51.5970°N 1.3366°W / 51.5970; -1.3366

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