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Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Barningham is dated 1815 and was converted to a residential house in c.1980. "The building is said to have been a barn prior to its conversion to a chapel; however the architectural features could be explained by mid-C19 remodelling of the 1815 chapel commemorated by datestone."[1] The building is Grade II Listed.

Barningham 1815 Former Church Private Residence Historic Buildings and Monuments in Barningham Civil Parish Grade II Listed
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Converted chapel at Barningham

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A former chapel building at Barningham

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FORMER METHODIST CHAPEL - Barnington - List Entry
- "Methodist Chapel dated 1815, converted to house c.1980. Coursed rubble with roughly-shaped quoins and tooled ashlar dressings; stone slate roof. Gabled front to street. Railings with foliate heads and moulded …

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