Chapel Street

The Victorian School can be seen at the end of Chapel Street and on the right is the dwelling demolished when, in 1935, the Bricklayers Arms moved from its original location at the junction of High Street and Plomer Green Lane. At the time the only official entrance to the school was at the far end of Chapel Street.

Early 1900s
The Primitive Methodist Chapel was constructed in 1864.

Outside the Primitive Chapel (left to right in the back row left to right) are Peggy Mines, David Hawkins, unknown young lady, Arthur Hawkins (the Chapel Steward, not ordained), Ethel Hawkings, Mr Brown and his son Norman Brown in Club Scout uniform, at what is beleived to a Sunday School activity.

Although the Primitive Chapel had closed its doors a few weeks earlier, the last marriage ceremony

Looking down Chapel Street from High Street with the former Primitive Methodist Chapel on the east side of the street.