Forest Hill Primitive Methodist chapel

The 1882 Primitive Methodist magazine tells us that things were happening in Forest Hill in the London Fourth circuit..  They had been meeting in a cottage and in  1866 built themselves a small school-chapel on part of an excellent site.  In 1882 they were in the course of construction of the “the chapel proper”..

It was expected to cost £1,200 which meant that with  what they owed on the previous chapel they had a debt of £1,750, towards which they had raised £400.

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