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Methodist Church (former), Romeland, St Albans

These steps near the Abbey are the only remains of a barn that was licensed for Methodist meetings in 1794.

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Marlborough Street Methodist Church history

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Old Meeting House (former), Lower Dagnall Street, St Albans

Built in 1697-98 for Presbyterians and used by a variety of groups subsequently. It fell out of religious use in 1895 and now, much altered and extended, is used as offices and flats.

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Primitive Methodist Chapel (Former), Sopwell Lane, St Albans

Built in 1844 but vacated in 1875, when it passed into use by the Dagnall Street Baptist Church. From 1934 -2003 it was used by the St Albans Band for rehearsals, hence the name given to the house into which it was converted in 2012.

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My Prinitive Methodist website

Hospital Chapel (former), Falmouth Way/Goldsmith Court, St Albans

Dating from 1893. It is now converted into offices and surrounded by new housing following redevelopment of some of the site.

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Church website

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Listed building details

Chapel, Hatfield Road Cemetery, St Albans

On the east side of the town opposite St Paul’s church. The chapel is a nineteenth century building

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Cemetery website

Brethren’s Meeting Room, Hall Heath Close, St Albans

Just round the corner from the United Reformed Church in suburbia between St Albans and Marshallswick.

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Lower Dagnall Street Methodist (Former), St Albans

This range of buildings was the town’s Methodist complex from 1824 to 1841. Ashbrittle House on the left was a schoolroom, Dagnall House in the centre was the Chapel and Canon House was the Minister’s House.

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Church website