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Panton Street Chapel

Panton Street Chapel / Hall (Christian Science / Primitive Methodist)

Chapel, 58 Panton Street, Cambridge

Panton Street Chapel

The building was constructed by J Peck 1865-6. It was renovated by Haysom Ward Miller in 2011.

Bryan and Wise Cambridge New Town 2005 note however that the Primitive Methodist Chapel was built in 1886 and the building was sold to the First Church of Christ Scientist in 1911.

Rear of Bateman Street Chapel

Dedication stone on rear wall of Bateman Street Chapel

1891 Primitive Methodist Chapel

For a description of the early history of the Primitive methodist chapel see:

The History of Methodism in Cambridge by F Tice, 1966.



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