Chapels

There were no fewer than thirteen chapels built in Bitton Parish in the nineteenth century. Some of them still survive and support congregations.

Location of Chapels in the Nineteenth Century

Chapels

 

A: Warmley Congregational Church, 1907 (founded 1845)

B: Bridgeyate Methodist Church, 1810

C: Warmley Tower Methodist Church, 1858

D: Roman Catholic Church (Wesleyan Methodists), 1833

E: Independent Methodist Church, 1899

F: North Common Methodist Church, 1879

G: Salem, 1871

H: Cadbury Heath Pentecostal Church, 1963

I: Cloverlea Road, c.1906

J: Oldland Gospel Hall, 1927

K: Oldland Common Methodist Church, 1871

L: Methodist Chapel, c.1900

M: Oldland Common United Reformed Church, 1811

N: Longwell Green Mission, 1904

O: Longwell Green Free Methodist Church, 1856

P: Longwell Green Methodist Church c.1872

Q: Bitton Methodist Church, 1859

R: Bitton Wesleyan Chapel, 1834

S: Upton Cheney United Reformed Church, 1834

T: Swineford United Reformed Church, c.1906

1: Church of the Holy Trinity, Warmley, 1821

2: St Mary’s, Bitton, C11th

3: Christ Church, Hanham 1842

4. St. George Church, Hanham Abbots, C14th

5. St. Anne’s Oldland , 1830