If you are reading this page using a screenreader, we support ARIA landmarks for quick navigation too

Wiltshire Community History

Viewing multimedia and description text

Redlynch

Nomansland Methodist Church, Redlynch

Nomansland Methodist Church, Redlynch Date Photo Taken 2004
Uploaded 25/10/2007 08:29:35
Views 807
Comments 0
View Exif Data
Original Media Location: Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, Chippenham


In 1816 a house and field belonging to Thomas Truckle was licensed for worship, but little more is known of Methodists here until 1846 when Primitive Methodist services were being held. A mud-walled (clay and chopped heather) chapel was built to the north of Chapel Lane and this served until c.1880 when it was replaced by a brick building surrounded by iron railings. In 1901 a new chapel was erected on the top of a low hill, next to the Lamb that had been built in 1881. The Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists amalgamated nationally in 1932 and by 1940 the chapel here had become Nomansland Methodist Church, which name it still retains.


Comment on the Photo

You can add a relevant comment on this multimedia item - please complete all fields

All comments will be moderated and will be displayed on this page if approved

Note: This is a history site and we have no connection with the school, church, etc. that the multimedia item relates to

For general feedback, comments or questions not relating to this multimedia item, please use this form.

Your Name

Email
(will not be displayed with comments)
Comments


If you can't read the word, click here
word above:


Actions

Search

This website

Contact details

Contact Wiltshire Council

Write to us or call us

Wiltshire Council
County Hall
Bythesea Road
Trowbridge
Wiltshire
BA14 8JN