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Mission Hall (former), Patmore Heath

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Hidden away at the junction of two footpaths just off the south-western corner of Patmore Heath. It was built around 1885 as a non denominational hall at the instigation of local shop keeper and Primitive Methodist John Caton. The building is currently derelict (February 2017) and was subject to a planning application in December 2016 to convert it to housing which was refused.

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Historical appraisal from East Herts Council Planning Application documents


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