Ilford Meads Lane Primitive Methodist chapel

Meads Lane, Seven Kings IG3 8QL

Site of the former Meads Lane Primitive Methodist chapel in the London Borough of Redbridge
Martin Fairhurst
Ilford Meads Lane Primitive Methodist chapel

Martin Fairhurst tells us that the chapel was located on the south west corner of the junction of Meads Lane and St. Albans Road.

Grid reference: TQ457877

The chapel opened in 1904 and closed in 1934

In 1904 a Primitive Methodist  family moved to Seven Kings, and services started in the house of a Mrs Templar, and subsequently in a room in Downshall Board School, before a temporary iron church was erected on a site secured from Mr A Cameron Corbet (Lord Rowallan)

You can read, complete with pictures,  the story of the two temporary iron chapels in Ilford, now the London Borough of Redbridge, here. It tells you what happened after Methodist Union in 1932.

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