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MONUMENT NO. 1380909

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  OLD METHODIST CHAPEL
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Wesleyan Methodist chapel built in 1845, with late 19th century additions, the building was converted to a Sunday school in 1908 when a new chapel was built. This was demolished circa 1986 and the chapel reverted to its original use. The building is of brick with a pantile roof, hipped to the rear. The front is gabled with three bays, there is a central porch flanked by two round-arches enclosing sash windows. Listed as "Old Methodist Chapel" and the list description does not mention that the building is now a chapel again.

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