Despite failing to score again, Welling will feel this point away in awful conditions can be a building block to try and launch themselves back up the table. As expected Chippenham started well and a corner caused a chaos in the Wings area before the away side cleared the ball.
Adam Coombes almost got on the end of a Joe Anderson cross but he just about glanced his header wide.
Dan Wilks saved well from Tom Whelan before Chris Zebroski saw his shot deflected over.
Wilks did well to push away a Zebroski effort before George Rigg shot at Wilks as the home side continued to have the better chances.
Luke Haines fired over from close range before Welling came back into the game as Henry cut inside but scuffed his shot wide. Rob Swaine then saw a header saved from Anthony Cook’s free kick.
Whelan played a smart ball to Chambers but he fired over.
Into the Second half Jay Rich-Baghuelou saw a header saved by Puddy.
Chambers was sent clear with just Wilks to beat but his shot hit the bar and went over as the home side missed a big opportunity.
This let off seemed to give The Wings a lift, Henry hitting an effort over from range. Sub Theo Widdrington fired wide from the edge of the penalty area.
Another sub Aaron Cosgrave almost snatched all three points for The Wings as his shot from the edge of the penalty took a slight deflection and came back off the post.
Chippenham thought they had stole the points deep in stoppage time as Luke Hopper rapper home after Karnell had seen his shot saved but the linesman flag was up for offside and the goal disallowed which would have been harsh on The Wings.
Welling now head into a ten day break from the league before Dulwich Hamlet visit PVR on Tuesday 12th November. This coming Tuesday they face Erith Town in the London Senior Cup at PVR.
Welling United: Wilks, Ming, Anderson, Dymond, Swaine, Rich-Baghuelou, Cook, Waldren, Henry (Cosgrave 80), Coombes (Widdrington 67), Green (McCallum 67). Subs not used: Agyemang, Nwachuku.