Bromley Common Primitive Methodist chapel

Bloomfield Road Bromley BR2 9RZ

Bromley Common Primitive Methodist chapel was opened in 1907 at the Centenary of the Primitive Methodist Connexion.  It is another of those magnificent buildings showing how far parts of the Connexion had moved from its working class origins.

It was one of the venues used when the Primitive Methodist Conference was held in London in 1908.

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  • Mottingham Methodist Church, not too far from Bromley Common, also had curved pews, although I believe they weren’t original.

    By Tom Burnham (10/01/2022)
  • Curved pews were not that uncommon but probably morer expenisve to constructthan straight ones

    By D Colin Dews (03/07/2021)
  • This page was updated to include a photo of the curved pews. Does anyone know of any other chapel with curved pews?

    By Jill Barber (12/10/2016)

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