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Trinity Methodist English Wesleyan Methodist Chapel; Penarth Methodist Church, Stanwell Road And Woodland Place, Penarth

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NPRN10002
Map ReferenceST17SE
Grid ReferenceST1819071510
Unitary (Local) AuthorityThe Vale of Glamorgan
Old CountyGlamorgan
CommunityPenarth
Type Of SiteCHAPEL
Period20th Century
Description

Trinity Methodist Chapel was built in 1891 as a tin chapel, known as Playter's Church. In 1901 a new church was built, in the Gothic style with a gable-entry plan and stained glass perpendicular windows, by architetcs Richards & Budgen of Cardiff. The tin church was then sold and re-erected in Court Road, Barry (NPRN 9181). In 2020 the congregations of Trinity Chapel and Albert Road Chapel (NPRN 10000) united with services held at Trinity's building, now known as Penarth Methodist Church.

RCAHMW, August 2010

Updated by Meilyr Powel, RCAHMW, January 2021.

Source: 

'Albert Road and Trinity churches merge as Penarth Methodist Church', Penarth Times, 12 August 2020