Condurrow is a small hamlet on the southern outskirts of Camborne. It lies in the heart of mining country, just off the Great Flat Lode and overlooking Condurrow and Grenville mines. This profile of Lower Condurrow Wesleyan Chapel has been compiled by Suzanne Trythall.   c1841: Lower Condurrow Wesleyan Chapel opened 29 October 1850: received…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Lower Condurrow Wesleyan Chapel”

Polmassick is a hamlet in the parish of St. Ewe about half a mile south-west of St. Ewe Churchtown. This profile of Polmassick Bible Christian Chapel was compiled by Mark Mitchley.   Denomination:                                    Bible Christian Location:                                             Polmassick Opened:                                              31st July 1836 Closed:                                                 c. 1985 Sunday School:                                    Yes, closed c. 1941 and earliest record…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Polmassick Bible Christian Chapel”

Calvadnack is a 130 acres (53 hectares) area of heathland 3.7 miles (6.0 km) south-east of Camborne and south-west of the hill of Carnmenellis. This profile of Calvadnack Wesleyan Association Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   Hunt records a nineteenth century Wesleyan Association Chapel at this location (b1). It has been converted into…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Calvadnack Wesleyan Association Chapel”

Tuckingmill is a village in the civil parish of Camborne. This profile of Tuckingmill United Methodist Free Church has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   A United Methodist chapel is recorded at this location in Tuckingmill on the 1st Edition 1:2500 c1880 OS Map. On the 2nd Edition 1:2500 OS map c1907 it…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Tuckingmill United Methodist Free Church”

Tuckingmill is a village in the civil parish of Camborne. This profile of Tuckingmill Primitive Methodist Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   The forecourt walls of a former Primitive Methodist chapel, built in c1871 survive at this location in Tuckingmill. It is recorded on the 1st and 2nd Editions of the…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Tuckingmill Primitive Methodist Chapel”

Hayle is a port town at the mouth of the Hayle River and is approximately seven miles (11 km) northeast of Penzance. This profile of Copperhouse Teetotal / Primitive Methodist Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   It seems likely that both the Teetotal Society and the Primitive Methodists occupied this building. Originally the site…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Hayle Copperhouse Teetotal Chapel”