Methodist Chapel

30 Jun 2001
Methodist Chapel, Boughton Under Blean, Swale, Kent, ME13 9AX
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TR 0459-0559 BOUGHTON BOUGHTON STREET (South side)

6/18 Methodist Chapel


GV II Methodist chapel, now disused, 1844. Red brick with stone dressings and slate roof. Simple rectangular plan with projecting western tower cum entry porch. Tower in 3 stages, with open porch on ground floor having triple moulded arch and ogee surround, large 4 light Decorated style west window with mouchettes and ogee surround, and belfry of smaller section supported by flying buttresses with helm cap. Octagonal buttresses with pinnacles to left and right on tower and on main body of church. Traceried lancets left and right. Side elevations plain with 4 lancet windows, and C20 basement windows. Inscription over west window: Mesley..a..n 1844 Chapel. The chancel was decorated by Dr. Dallinger, preeminent in C19 microscopy, and a lay pre-acher here for 3 years (See Igglesden, vol VI, 18).

Listing NGR: TR0566359422


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