FLAVEL CHAPEL

Galmpton, Devon

Flavel Chapel, Galmpton, Devon

This little chapel in the equally little village of Galmpton dates to around 1870, being built for the local non-Anglican population who had been active in the area since around 1831.

It is named for John Flavel, a puritan who left the Church of England in the mid-1600s. He preached in the area, possibly including in Galmpton, and at one stage fled to London to escape persecution in Dartmouth.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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