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United Free Methodistchurch, Pill Street/ Little Dock Street, Cogan

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The United Free Methodist Chapel in Cogan was built in 1883 and closed 1952. It has now been demolished/converted into flats.

RCAHMW, July 2009

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Albert Road English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Penarth

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Albert Road Methodist Chapel was built in 1906 by architect Henry Budgen of Cardiff. It is built in the Gothic style with a gable-entry plan and integral tower (although the tower has lost its ori...

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Arcot Street English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (st Paul’s), Penarth

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Arcot Street Methodist chapel was built in 1864 and rebuilt 1882, in the Romansque style with a gable-entry plan and perpendicular windows. After a fire in 1905 the congregation decided to build a ...

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Trinity Methodist English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Stanwell Road/ Woodland Place, Penarth

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Trinity Methodist Chapel was built in 1891 as a tin chapel, known as Playter's Church. In 1901 a new church was built, in the Gothic style with a gable-entry plan and stained glass perpendicular w...

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United Reformed Church

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St David’s Calvinistic Methodist Chapel(elfed Avenue United Church), Elfed Avenue, Morristown, Penar

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St David's Methodist Chapel was brick built in 1954 on the new Morristown Housing estate. It is built in the late twentieth century style of the long-wall entry type.

RCAHMW, May 2012

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Mortuary Chapel, Castle Avenue, Lower Penarth,

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Lower Penarth Mortuary Chapel was built c.1900 in the Italianate style with a long wall entry plan and flat headed windows. by 1998 this chapel stood disused.

RCAHMW, May 2012

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Sardis Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (presbyterian Church Of Wales), Plassey Street, Penarth

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Opened in 1861, renovated in 1879, demolished in the late 20th c. Built in the Simple Round-Headed style, gable entry type. Possibly still a chapel and might have replaced the old chapel as shown i...

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