Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1158853

Date first listed: 13-Jan-1988

Statutory Address: WESLEYAN CHAPEL


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Statutory Address: WESLEYAN CHAPEL

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: St. Teath

National Grid Reference: SX0503484486


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ST TEATH TRELIGGA SX 08 SE 4/218 Wesleyan Chapel - GV II

Wesleyan Methodist Church now used as store. 1829 (datestone). Stone rubble. Cement washed rag slate roof with hipped ends. Plan : rectangular plan with entrance in front hipped end. Exterior : Single storey. Plank door to entrance with flat dressed stone arch and plaque with datestone above. Left hand side wall has two 2-centred dressed stone arches to window openings, the margin glazing bars of the sash windows partly replaced. 2 horned sashes with intersecting glazing bars originally lit rostrum at 'east' end. Interior not inspected. Treligga became a regular preaching place in 1816 and in 1829 Nathaniel Northey joined T. P. Rosevear and others in formations of trust to erect chapel on land obtained by G. Martyn of Helland. In 1835 a bitter dispute between the reformers and Wesleyans led to the trustees of Treligga obtaining a legal injunction preventing the Wesleyan superintendent from entering the chapel. The trustees copy is held in the offices of Connexional Chapel Department, Manchester. Shaw, T. Methodism in the Camelford and Wadebridge Circuit 1743-1963 1963

Listing NGR: SX0503484486


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Legacy System number: 68655

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Books and journals
Shaw, T, Methodism in the Camelford and Wadebridge Circuit 1743-1963, (1963)

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