Camborne Wesleyan Chapel

Wesleyan Chapel, Camborne 05.10.05
G W Oxley

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  • The pictured chapel is the CENTENARY Wesleyan chapel at the top of Trelowarren Street, Camborne’s Main Street. It is separate from the larger “Wesley” chapel in Chapel Street. I believe both chapels have come under one ‘management’ in recent years. They in turn are separate from the former Tuckingmill Wesley chapel which was situated in Tuckingmill, about a mile east of Camborne and is no longer a place of worship.

    By David Tremelling (23/02/2023)
  • Would this be the Wesleyan Chapel, Tuckingmill, in the district of Redruth?

    By Sue (13/09/2019)
  • Camborne is the correct spelling of this Cornish town.

    My great grandfather was Rev John Henry Sholl

    By j k Sholl (12/11/2018)
  • This fine building was built as the 2nd Wesleyan Chapel in Camborne. To this day both building are extensively used for social outreach and worship. The Mother Chapel is Camborne Wesley that is located in Chapel Street. 


    By David Brewer (19/02/2018)

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