Zoar Chapel (Strict Baptist), The Dicker, near Hellingly, East Sussex - 2nd August 2004

A very spick and span building, built, according to the plaque on the apex of the roof, in 1837 and enlarged in 1874.  The nearby Holy Trinity, Upper Dicker, was built a year afterwards. The chapel is built in the Georgian style and is rendered with a broken pediment and label.

Zoar Chapel, The Dicker (Hellingly), East Sussex - MTC

Here is a wider view incorporating part of the large grave yard.

Zoar Chapel, The Dicker (Hellingly), East Sussex - MTC

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