Clifford Chambers Primitive Methodist Chapel

Orchard Place, Clifford Chambers CV37 8HZ

Clifford Chambers Primitive Methodist Chapel from the front
Anne Langley November 2021
Clifford Chambers Primitive Methodist Chapel from the side
Anne Langley November 2021
Clifford Chambers Primitive Methodist Chapel

Clifford Chambers Primitive Methodist Chapel was erected in 1912 to seat 70. It was used as a Methodist Church after the 1932 re-union but closed in 1951. Trustee’s papers (meetings, committees & accounts) survive from 1910-1951. The building appears on the Warwickshire Ordnance Survey map of 1955 as a Methodist Church, and is now in use as a house called ‘Kirkland’ in Orchard Place.

This village was in Gloucestershire until 1931.

Pictures show the former chapel in residential use in 2021.  I think the extension to the back left has been added since it was a chapel (though they’ve kept the style).

Sources:

Shakespeare Centre Library and Archive, DR 147/2/31-2;

Kelly & Co., Post Office Directory of Gloucestershire, (London, 1914-1931).

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