The chapel has now been converted for residential use. What a crying shame that the small south east spire has been removed from over the door.
The architect was A W Pocock of London and the building was erected in 1897. The Decorated style is executed in red brick with stone dressings (now all ruined by paint). The wheel window is at the east end, and the cross gabled side windows are attractive. There have been two previous chapels on the site (1821 and 1840).
There is a postcard of this building when still a church in my Postcard Album, so you can see what the spire looked like!
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