Mapping Methodism – Tregony Wesleyan Chapel

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Tregony, sometimes in the past Tregoney, is a village known as the gateway to the Roseland. This profile of Tregony Wesleyan Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.


Tregony Wesleyan Chapel, June 2007. (Photo: Terry Knight of St Agnes)

Wesleyan chapel. Killas rubble with granite dressings. Round-arched openings with later horned sashes with margin panes. Pedimented porch, bellcote in hipped roof, granite gate-piers. Date 1824 between front round arched windows. Same date as Congregational chapel across the road. Listed in Stell (b1). (Cornwall Heritage Gateway)

1824: Build date. (Cornwall Heritage Gateway / Date tablet over the door)

(Photo: Barry West)

Built as a Wesleyan Chapel. (SWChurches)

A comment found that the chapel was sited further down the street but nothing has been found and this may be a reference to either the Bible Christian or the United Methodist chapel.

The Sunday School (Photo: courtesy Barry West)

1932: The Wesleyan, Primitive Methodist and the United Methodist Church amalgamated to become the Methodist Church of Great Britain.

1932: Became Tregony Methodist Church. (SWChurches)

Part of Truro Methodist Circuit.

(Photo: Barry West)

(Photo: courtesy Barry West)

(Photo: Barry West)

(Photo: Barry West)

(Photo: Barry West)

2006: Closure date. (SWChurches)

2007: Sold. (SWChurches)

Tregony Wesleyan Chapel with the small sign on the wall but now a private residence (Photo: Jo Lewis)

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