Coming in 2021!
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It’s not only shepherd’s huts that are clad in the wriggly stuff!
All over Britain, you can find surviving examples of corrugated iron chapels, village halls, scout huts, bungalows and other buildings. They were often built using prefabricated kits that could be chosen from a catalogue. The gypsy ‘Church in the Woods’ at Bramdean, pictured below, is a good example and only a few miles from Wriggly Tin. A visit provided the inspiration for our latest projects...

St Bride’s Chapel
Our very own tin tabernacle is named after the famous printer’s church near Fleet Street. St Bride’s welcomed its first congregation last August, but since then we’ve had time to finish off a few details and add a bell tower. The chapel is larger than our shepherd’s huts and is blessed with its own shower and loo. You can charge your mobile too. It’s the perfect choice for a mini-moon!

The Wriggly Inn
For our less saintly guests, we’ve also built a pub! That’s the theme for a little tin cottage that will be serving patrons in 2021. The Inn has the same facilities as St Bride’s, but the bed can be cleaverly folded away to reveal seating for eight people. No last orders here!
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Above: St Bride’s before its steeple was added.  Left: The Wrig
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The Wriggly Inn and  St Bride’s were made possible by a grant f