P Morley Horder And Fetter Lane Congregational Chapel, London Blue Plaque Photo

P Morley Horder and Fetter Lane Congregational Chapel, London blue plaque - Fetter Lane Congregational Chapel. Grade II Listed building. Designed by P Morley Horder in 1899 in an Arts & Crafts style. Named after Fetter Lane Church in the City of London (established in 1660) which moved to Leyton in 1894

P Morley Horder And Fetter Lane Congregational Chapel, London Blue Plaque Map


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