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Snodland, Primitive Methodist Chapel

The first meetings of Methodists in Snodland are said to have been in 1873 in the open air, and then in the tiny house of James Rand (c.1842-1920) in Alma Place, Brook Street. The foundation stone of the Primitive Methodist Chapel in Malling Road was laid in November 1877 and the building opened the following year. In 1900 a Sunday School room was added at the rear. After the Methodists joined the Congregationalists in 1976 the building was sold and has since been used for a variety of commercial enterprises.

Content generated during research for the paperback book 'The Medway Valley: A Kent Landscape Transformed' (ISBN 13 : 978-1-86077-600-7) for the England's Past for Everyone series

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