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The following is taken from the website of the Historic Chapels Trust

A Presbyterian Chapel which later housed a Congregational meeting, Salem dates from 1719.

Salem stands on the fringes of this East Devon village, partly hidden behind a wall with square gate piers and a wrought-iron overthrow. Within its grounds are also a schoolroom and tiny graveyard.

The building is square with a four-hipped roof. The walls are of mixed cob and stone construction, rendered over and secured on stone footings. Facing the road on the south-east side are two panelled doors set in low segmental-headed arches. These replace former windows. Higher up is a datestone "Salem chapel, built 1719" and a sill inscribed "enlarged 1836" when the seating capacity was augmented.

For more information please click the link to be taken to the Historic Chapels Trust website.

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