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The Meeting House, High Street, Bluntisham

History of the Meeting House

Listed Building:

Meeting House, dated 1874 (rebuilt from 1787 building on site) on plaque. Red brick with reddened brick dressings. … Gallery with carved pine balustrade supported on wooden Doric columns. Carpentry, work of John Wheatley (1812-1888) of Bluntisham. Carved oak pulpit, table and four chairs by P A Humphrey (d.1960) of Bluntisham. C18 staircase from original meeting house in vestry. (Included for historic interest as the traditional centre of local non-conformity).


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