Redruth Plain-an-Gwarry Primitive Methodist Chapel

Plain-An-Gwarry, Redruth TR15 1HU

Redruth Plain-an-Gwarry Primitive Methodist Chapel | Janet Bastion
Janet Bastion
former Redruth Plain en Gwarry Primitive Methodist chapel after conversion to flats | Jo Lewis 2019
former Redruth Plain en Gwarry Primitive Methodist chapel after conversion to flats
Jo Lewis 2019
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Redruth Plain en Gwarry Primitive Methodist chapel

This former Primitive Methodist Chapel has now been turned into flats.

It is a grade 2 listed building

Listing detail: II Former Primitive Methodist chapel. 1884; by James Hicks of Redruth. Granite rock-faced walls with granite ashlar front. Slate roof. PLAN: Galleried auditorium with entrance at south east end. Italianate style. EXTERIOR: 2 storey front, rusticated ground floor with central elliptical arched doorway, flanking pilasters and small round-headed windows and advanced end bays with round arch doorways, panelled doors; moulded stringcourse above; superimposed order of pilasters to first floor with large round arch plate-tracery windows, the large centre window rises into gable above the entablature of the pilasters, the end bays are advance in large corner towers with balustrades and pinnacles; gable also with pinnacle; plainer 5-bay side elevations with pilaster buttresses, stringcourses and segmental headed windows; north west gable has rose window. INTERIOR not inspected.

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  • Photos of the predecessor to this chapel are here. Janet was stood with her back to the original Chapel and Manse and the lane giving access, when she took the photo of the Plain-an-Gwarry chapel.

    By David CRACKNELL (08/05/2013)

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