Bosleake is south of Tregajorran which is a hamlet 2.5 miles southwest of Redruth, in the civil parish of Carn Brea. This profile of Tregajorran (Bosleake / Carnarthen Moor) Wesleyan Meeting House has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.
Take the Penhallick Road south running parallel to Tregajorran, and the meeting house is on the left after a row of houses as the road becomes Carnarthen Moor.
The Meeting house was linked to Tregajorran Chapel as Minutes from a Chapel Burial Club note it took place at the Meeting House.
A small Wesleyan meeting house on White Cross Hill / Penhallick Road which would have been accessible from the chapel by a track across from Tregajorran which no longer exists.
Pre 1878: Build date.
1878: Appears on O S map.
21 Dec 1954: Covering letter, memorandum, Tregajorran Meeting House, Boskeake, Carnarthen Moor, Illogan. Covering letter for memorandum of choice and appointment of new trustees on the 1st November 1954. (Kresen Kernow MRCB/1810)
4 Aug 1954: Discharge form, Albert James, trustee, Tregajorran Meeting House, Boskeake, Carnarthen Moor, Illogan. (Kresen Kernow MRCB/1808)
1954: Consent form, new trustees, Tregajorran Meeting House, Boskeake (sic), Carnarthen Moor, Illogan. (Kresen Kernow MRCB/1809)
6 Feb 1968-22 Jul 1969: Correspondence, sale, Tregajorran Meeting House, Boskeake (sic), Carnarthen Moor, Illogan. Concerning sale of meeting house. (Kresen Kernow MRCB/1811)
October 2020: “… A local farmer used it to occasionally keep calves in … not a cow shed but a substantial building with a fireplace at far wall, and very well-made windows. This time I took photos and found references in my copy of Methodism in Illogan. Also, the giveaway was reference on a map referring to Meeting House, and the gate pronouncing Meeting House Farm …” (David Shaw – Cornish Methodist Historical Association)
These five photographs are by David Shaw – Cornish Methodist Historical Association 2020)
“One older lady on Carnarthen Terrace told me how she used to go and light the fire there and they’d sing Sankey hymns. Wonderful!” (Hilary Coleman – Cornish Methodist Historical Association)
I think that this was also known as the Bosleake Wesleyan Mission Room. David Thomas, Kresen Kernow)