Trecoyse Wesleyan Chapel is to the north of Gweek. This profile has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell with considerable help from Terry Moyle.   From Seworgan continue east to reach the Gweek road and head south. The Wesleyan Chapel was on the east side of the road by a grass triangle with…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Trecoyse Wesleyan Chapel”

Carnkie is a village in west Cornwall approximately one and a half miles southwest of Redruth. This profile (Higher) Carnkie Primitive Methodist Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   A primitive Methodist chapel, probably mid C19 now converted to house and altered. It is now difficult to recognise this as a former…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – (Higher) Carnkie Primitive Methodist Chapel”

Boskenwyn Downs is to the northwest of Gweek. This profile of Gweek Bethel / Boskenwyn Bible Christian Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   Carrying on west, and then take to road south to Boskenwyn and then turn left onto Gweek Lane. The chapel is found on the right opposite a…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Gweek Bethel / Boskenwyn Downs Bible Christian Chapel”

Seworgan is a village in the parish of Constantine. This profile of Seworgan Bible Christian Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   From Porkellis, head south to Seworgan crossing the A394. The Bible Christian Chapel can be found be heading out east of the village, on the left, just opposite Rosevine Farm and…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Seworgan Bible Christian Chapel”

Carnkie is a village situated half a mile west of Rame, approximately three and a half miles west of Penryn and approximately five miles northeast of Helston. This profile of Carnkie Bible Christian Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   Early Chapel A new Bible Christian chapel was built in 1857 replacing…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Carnkie Bible Christian Chapel, Wendron”

Penmarth is a hamlet about 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Penryn and about 4 miles (6.4 km) south of Redruth. The hamlet is often referred to as Carnmenellis, which it was signposted as in the 1970s, and for centuries before the hamlet was known as Polmarth after the surrounding estate. This profile of Penmarth Wesleyan…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Penmarth Wesleyan Chapel, Carnmenellis”