Taken in the winter sunshine, this chapel is a few yards along north along the High Street from the United Reformed Church.
It was erected in 1842 for the preacher James Weller of Headcorn, Kent. According to Elleray the building represents an excellent example of "the unobtrusive good taste of the Strict Baptists' chapel style".
From its outward appearance it would appear this building is now a dwelling.
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