Tyne and Wear HER(4716): Sunderland, Tatham Street, Bethesda Free Church - Details
Sunderland, Tatham Street, Bethesda Free Church
Religious Ritual and Funerary
Place of Worship
The Bethesda Free Chapel dates from 1844-5, with side galleries added in 1852. It was built for A.A. Rees and carries the date 1844 in the pediment. It is 2 stories high and was constructed in Garden wall bond brick and limestone rubble returns, with a rendered rear, ashlar sandstone plinth and painted ashlar dressings. The roof is of Welsh slate. Inside there is a font and a memorial to Arthur Augustus Rees, d.1884. LISTED GRADE 2
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