Congregational Chapel on High Street, Marton

Description of this historic site

A Congregational Chapel which was built during the Imperial period to replace an earlier chapel. It is no longer in use as a chapel but is used as a store. It is located on the High Street, Marton.

Notes about this historic site

1 Congregational chapel. Built 1833. Red brick.
2 According to local information religious use ceased in 1977. The building is now used as a store room and appears in good condition externally.
3 Opened 1866, replaces a small building of 1833. Red brick with dressings of blue brick and stone; gabled front with wooden bellcote, formerly with a spire.

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