Gas Green Baptist Church, Russell Street, Cheltenham

Gas Green Baptist Church, Russell Street, Cheltenham
Photograph taken 25 July 2002 © Historic England Archive/Mr Rodney Allen ref: 475810

Gas Green Baptist Church built around 1836 for the Primitive Methodists. This Nonconformist chapel is typical of many built in this period in a simple classical style. They are often outside of town centres, among rows of terraced houses

Location

Gloucestershire Cheltenham

Period

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Themes

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victorian building church chapel religion faith