Shepperton Primitive Methodist chapel

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Shepperton Primitive Methodist chapel

Keith Guyler 1994

location of Shepperton Primitive Methodist chapel

50 Sheep Walk Shepperton TW17 0AJ

By Christopher Hill

There were said to be no dissenters in the parish of Shepperton in 1766 and in 1810, though one Quaker was reported in 1778. In 1811 a meeting-place for Independents at Shepperton Green was registered.

The Primitive Methodists built a chapel in Sheepwalk Lane, Shepperton Green, in 1879 as a mission hall. It was enlarged and Sunday schools were added in 1910. 

By 2012 it had become Shepperton Organic Day Nursery - "the country’s first registered Organic Day Nursery for pre-school children which opened in 2004, winning local and national awards for being environmentally-friendly, and for nursery nutrition."

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 08/05/2015.

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