Welsh Chapel

After the accession of Henry Tudor to the throne, increasing amounts of Welsh men and women headed for London. Dairymen and drapers dominated the move, followed by a large influx of Welsh shop workers, industrial workers and domestic servants during the depression.

With London becoming home to the oldest and largest Welsh community outside Wales, migrants set up their own churches and chapels.

Most born and bred Londoners will tell you that there was at least one Welsh teacher at their school, reflecting the flow of Welsh teachers to London in the 1950 and 60s.

Stone Edge Conservation have partnered Noble & Taylor with the conservation cleaning and repair of this historic building, situated in Eastcastle Street, London.

Works include:

  • Super-heated water masonry cleaning
  • Paint removal
  • Masonry fabric repairs
  • Joinery works