Record Details

NHER Number:33514
Type of record:Building
Name:Methodist Chapel


This Methodist chapel was built in 1910 and is of red brick, with an interesting red brick or terracotta east window in a Decorated style. It is thought to be very similar to the now demolished Sprowston Road Methodist Chapel in Norwich, which may indicate a common architect or builder.

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Grid Reference:TF 9829 2824
Map Sheet:TF92NE

Full description

Chapel, built of red brick, with red brick or terracotta window tracery imitating Decorated style.

Seen only in passing by E.Rose (NLA) 12 March 1998, but this appears at first sight to be extremely similar to the Sprowston Road Methodist Chapel in Norwich, demolished around 1985 despite protests, which was thought to be the last of its type in Norfolk. Is this by the same architect and/or brickmakers?
Compiled by E. Rose (NLA), 13 March 1998.

Monument Types

  • METHODIST CHAPEL (Early 20th Century to 21st Century - 1910 AD to 2100 AD)

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