Highlights – Nonconformist chapels, churches and meeting houses

 

Bletchley

Queensway Methodist Church

 

Cranfield

Baptist Chapel

 

Harrold

Congregational Church

Now the United Reformed Church.

Hartwell

Methodist Chapel

 

New Bradwell

Baptist Church

 

Newton Longville

Methodist Chapel

The Chapel was built in 1864

 

 

North Crawley

Quaker’s Farmhouse

A listed building. which contains a panelled Friends Meeting Room in the centre bay.

 

Olney

Cowper Memorial Congregational Church

Now the Cowper Memorial United Reformed Church.

 

Pavenham

Pavenham Primitive Methodist Chapel

 

Pavenham

Wesleyan Chapel, High Street

 

Ravenstone

Chapel, Common Street

The Old Chapel is now a private house.

 

Salford

Wesleyan Chapel

The chapel was erected around 1814-16 and is now disused.

Silverstone

Methodist Chapel

The Chapel was constructed in 1811, near to the cottage where John Wesley preached to the village in October 1778.

Soulbury

The Chapel, High Road

The chapel is now a private residence.

 

Stewkley

Primitive Methodist Church

 

 

Stoke Hammond

Methodist Church

 

Stone

Methodist Chapel

The inscription on the stone over the central window reads Wesleyan Chapel 1877.

Thornborough

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

The chapel was built in 1832.

 

Twyford

United Reformed Church


Whaddon

Chapel, Stock Lane

The chapel was built in 1907 on land donated by a local landowner.