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Methodist Chapel 300m NW of Manor House, Stretton on Dunsmore
1 Former Primitive Methodist chapel. A very small building, seating perhaps 25 or 30. Of red brick, with blue brick diaper patterning. Slate roof, prominent carved bargeboards, a small central ...
A Methodist chapel that was built during the Imperial period. The building is no longer in use as a chapel but is situated on Plott Lane, Stretton on Dunsmore.
Flecknoe Methodist Church
1 Methodist chapel dating from 1837. 2 Red brick with a slate roof. Not in use, but in fairly good condition.
Flecknoe Methodist Chapel which was built during the Imperial period. It is no longer in use as a place of worship, and is situated 100m north east of the church.
Methodist Chapel, Newbold on Stour
1 A simple stone structure with no distinguishing features or dating evidence other than it conforms in architectural style to other nonconformist chapels of 19th century date.
A Methodist Chapel built in the Imperial period, and located in Chapel Lane, Newbold on Stour.
Methodist Chapel, New Street, Shipston on Stour
1 A Wesleyan Methodist chapel, built in 1880.
A Methodist chapel dating to the Imperial period. It is situated on New Street, Shipston on Stour.
Methodist Chapel at Butlers Marston
1 Stone built with tiled roof. Lintel stone bears legend: Wesleyan Chapel. The stone is ashlar, although a little crude, and the pointed windows have iron-latticed frames and coloured glass ...
A Methodist Chapel, built in the Imperial period, and now coverted into a house. It is situated off Bank View, Butlers Marston.
Bearley Methodist Chapel
1 The Methodists came to Bearley when a member of the Snitterfield Chapel moved and opened his house for worship. Before the Chapel was built in Ash Lane in 1863, ...
Bearley Methodist Chapel was built during the Imperial period. The Chapel is now a private house, it lies on Ash Lane Bearley.
Wesleyan Chapel, Henley in Arden
Methodist Chapel 1 A Wesleyan Methodist chapel marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1905.
A Methodist Wesleyan Chapel, dating from the Imperial period, and shown on the Ordnance Survey map of 1905. It is situated in Henley High Street, north of St John's Church.
Methodist Chapel, Yarningale Common, Claverdon
1 A Methodist Chapel is marked on the First Edition 6″ Ordnance Survey map.
A Methodist Chapel dating from the Imperial period is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It is situated at Yarningale Common.
Chapel End Methodist Church, Nuneaton
1 Archaeological recording took place at Chapel End Methodist Church prior to the building being sold for refurbishment as a dwelling. Three distinct phases of build were discerned, the original ...
Chapel End Methodist Church, built in 1887. The chapel is located at Chapel End, Nuneaton.
Methodist Chapel, Long Lawford
1 A modern Methodist chapel, with a 1955 date stone.
The site of a Methodist Chapel which was built in 1955. It is situated to the east of School Street, Long Lawford.
Methodist Chapel, Priory Road, Kenilworth
1 The new Wesleyan chapel was built in Priory Road in 1903. 2 The chapel and attached Sunday school were built in 1902 (foundation stone dated October 1902). Brick, with a ...
A Methodist Chapel and attached Sunday School built in the Imperial period. There have been later additions to the south side. It is located on Priory Road, Kenilworth.
Bilton Methodist Church, Main Street, Bilton
1 Wesleyan Chapel marked on 1905 map. 2 The present building appears to be more recent, and is of red brick with stone dressings and having ‘very modern additions’. In normal ...
A Methodist chapel that was built during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1905. The chapel is situated on Main Street, Bilton.
Methodist Church, Wesley Road, Hillmorton
1 Wesleyan Chapel marked. 2 Typical red brick Methodist church. In normal use. 3 The chapel does not appear on the 1841 Tithe map (CR0569/128). 4 The chapel was subject to a basic ...
A Methodist Chapel that was built during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1905. The chapel is situated on Wesley Road, Hillmorton.
Independent Chapel, Oakham Road, Little Compton
1 Independent Church marked. 2 This late C18, stone-built chapel is now a private house.
Nonconformist chapel which was built during the Imperial period. It is located on Oakham Road, Little Compton. The chapel is now a private residence.
Methodist Chapel, Chapel Lane, Barnacle
1 Rendered red brick. Small graveyard. Still in use. A plaque above the door says Wesleyan 1844.
A Methodist chapel which was built during the Imperial period is situated on Chapel Lane, Barnacle.
Whatcote Methodist Chapel
1 Brick-built with tiled roof, this small Methodist chapel was founded in 1905, as the inscribed foundation stone shows. Services are held here once a month (information as at time ...
A Methodist chapel dating to the Imperial period and located 100m north of the church at Whatcote.
Methodist Chapel, East Street, Long Compton
1 Unlike the other Methodist chapel in Long Compton (PRN 2372) this chapel is still in normal use. It was consecrated in 1807. Stone-built with tiled roof. 2 Noted in RCHME ...
A Methodist Chapel dating from the Imperial Period. It is situated 100m north of the Primary School.
Methodist Chapel, Dale Street, Leamington Spa
2 1869-70 by George Woodhouse. Broad Italianate seven-bay front. 3 Demolished 1968. The present chapel was erected in 1971.
A Methodist Chapel which stands on the site of a previous chapel built in the Imperial period and demolished in 1968. The location is Dale Street, Leamington Spa.
Union Chapel, Clemens Street
1 The ‘Independent Chapel’ was the first home of Nonconformity in Leamington. Named the ‘Union Chapel’, it was opened in 1816 and considerably altered and rebuilt in 1835. In 1836 ...
The site of Union Chapel, a nonconformist chapel built in the Imperial period. It was located in Clemens Street, Leamington Spa.
Site of United Free Methodist Church, Warwick Street
1 Built 1864. ‘In the plain Grecian style of architecture’, seating 500, architect Mr Timms. Closed in 1966, the site being redeveloped as a modern office block. 3 Marked on the ...
The site of a United Free Methodist Chapel which was built during the Imperial period. It was located in Warwick Street, Leamington.
Trinity Methodist Chapel, Radford Road
1 1876-7 by J Cundall, in the ‘Geometrical Gothic style’. Still a place of worship; the interior has been drastically altered but the exterior is much as built.
Trinity Methodist Chapel built in the Imperial period and located on the Radford Road. It is still a place of worship.
Site of Post Medieval Nonconformist Meeting House, Long Street
1 A Presbyterian meeting which existed from the late 17th century built a meeting house in Long Street in 1725 where by the 19th century. Unitarian preaching prevailed. Demolished c1970 ...
The site of a Post Medieval nonconformist meeting house. It was situated 200m north west of Rawnhill Bridge, Atherstone.
Independent Chapel, North Street, Atherstone, N. Warwickshire
1 Built 1826-7, of brick with a three-bay front with round-arched windows. Parapet inscribed ‘INDEPENDENT CHAPEL 1827’. 2 1986: Awaiting result of planning application for conversion to snooker hall.
A nonconformist chapel which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated on North Street, Atherstone.
Wesleyan Chapel, Coleshill Road, Atherstone
1 Wesleyan. Brick and slate. Opened 1836, porch later. 2 Photograph in the above reference. 3 Historic Building Record Card.
A nonconformist chapel which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated on Coleshill Road, Atherstone.
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