Duxford Chapel is a chapel that was once part of the Hospital of St. John, founded by William de Colville (d.1230) at Duxford, in Cambridgeshire, England. Though called Duxford Chapel, the building is situated between the villaged of Duxford and Whittlesford, adjacent to Whittlesford Parkway railway station.
The Chapel of the Hospital of St John the Baptist is a small rectangular chapel which mostly dates to around 1337 and was built using flint rubble for the walls and limestone for the doorways and windows. Some sections of the building, including a small part of the southern wall, are considered to date from its 13th century predecessor, which formed part of a hospital. 
The chapel is a single storey building. The main entrance is near the western end of the north wall. There are two similar doors in the south wall, one directly opposite the main entrance, the other (a priest's door) located towards the eastern end. The north wall is pierced by four windows, dated to circa 1330-1360, each containing a single light with tracery of trefoil design. The four windows on the southern side are of similar date and design, although each formerly contained two lights divided by a central mullion.
Of these windows in the southern wall, the one nearest the altar (East) is flanked by a piscina and a sedilia. Facing the sedilia on the North side is a niche which is thought to be the location of the Easter Sepulchre. A plain aumbry sits in the East wall.
There are some pictures and a description at the Cambridgeshire Churches website .
- English Heritage. "Chapel of the Hospital of St John (1128091)". National Heritage List for England.
- English Heritage. "Chapel of the Hospital of St John at Whittlesford Bridge (1011721)". National Heritage List for England.
- David Knowles and R Neville Hadcock 1971 Medieval religious houses in England and Wales
- Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society Page(s)375-383
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