An ‘iron church’ mission room, formerly in use in Chandlers Ford, was erected on the south side of Winchester Road, close to modern day Pointout Road, in 1888 and named All Saints Mission Church. Before St Michael’s and All Angels Church was opened in 1910, the rooms were used for religious services, after which they were used for Sunday schools, Girl Guides meetings, community functions, whist drives, billiards and other recreational activities. In 1952, by which time it was known as St Michael’s Parish Hall, the building was destroyed by fire. In 1970, after many years of fundraising, a new All Saints Church was built on a nearby site at the western end of Pointout Road (see clipping below).

Newspaper clipping:

Further reading:

We Love the Place, by ALLSS, p5-18. (HS/h.BAS)

External links:


Browse A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y-Z

Search is temporarily unavailable, we are working to bring it online!

Get Involved

If you wish to

  • suggest additional information for this entry
  • suggest amendments to this entry
  • offer your own research
  • make a comment

then fill in the form on the Contact page.