Built in 1882 by H & C Coleman. The original style was Early English, rendered with quoining and finials. Sadly the original windows and much of the original style has been lost (or as Elleray puts it, the facade is spoilt). The first chapel (built in 1863), at Cockmarling, closed in 1907.
When the building closed (c.1960) it was for some years used as a joiners shop. It was subsequently converted into a dwelling in around 2002.
My thanks to Marilyn Martin for identifying this building.
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