This derelict Primitive Methodist Chapel stands down a lane a couple of miles from where we live and, inevitably, it's for sale for development into a domestic home. It is rather a peculiar detail but what would have been a rather grand window is just brickwork with the naming cartouche in it; maybe austere was the Methodist policy but with a nod to the gothic church window.
Adjoining the chapel is a Primitive Methodist Schoolroom or, as it is named and displayed in the cartouche a P. M. School, a school for only the afternoon perhaps? I bet some jolly times were enjoyed in there. However the question is was it a schoolroom for general education or simply religious education?
Now we need to engineer a sneaky look inside the buildings to see what treasures are on the walls of both the chapel and the schoolroom.