Malvern Methodist Church


Methodist: Lansdowne Road, Great Malvern

The church from a postcard, c1920

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                                               Lansdowne Crescent Methodist Church, May 2016

The foundation stone was laid in 1865, the architect being John Tarring of London.  The building is of local stone with free stone dressings in the Decorated style.  A previous Methodist chapel had been built at Barnard’s Green in 1840.

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Ellis, Rod  Dissenters All! The story of the non-conformist churches of the Malverns, (2008)
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Kelly, Directory of Worcestershire (1900)
Smith, Brian, , A  History of Malvern, Leicester University Press (1964)

Lansdowne Crescent Methodist Church Website      

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