Congregational Chapel, Main Street, Stretton under Fosse

Description of this historic site

A Congregational Chapel that was built during the Imperial period. It is no longer in use but the building remains standing. It is situated on Main Street, Stretton Under Fosse.

Notes about this historic site

1 The Independents have a small brick chapel here, founded in 1789. It will accommodate 300 and has a burying ground attached.
3 No longer used but in a fair state of repair.
4 Former Presbyterian chapel, built 1780-1 for a society which had existed since the late 17th century, became Congregational in the 19th century and was dissolved c1965. Brick walls with a hipped slate roof. Round-arched and circular windows. Small vestry to SE. Interior 12m by 9.4m, with original and 19th century furnishings.
6 Photograph in RCHM Inventory.