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I have in my possession a Mantel clock which is inscribed to the Reverend Phillipson in 1924. I would be happy to be in touch with any member of his family to reunite the clock with them without charge. Thanks, Peter S.
Thanks for the additional information Jo. St Blazey’s an example of the era of Methodist Central Halls that appeared all over the place but have since largely disappeared.
The List of places of meeting for public religious worship certified to the Registrar-General, 1867 (page 184) reveals that there were two PM chapels in the parish of Llanwarne: Wynmill Hill, and Sandy Way. In view of the information from the National Gazeteer it is interesting that there was no Wesleyan chapel registered, though it certainly existed by the time of the 1873 Returns of Accommodation.