St. Anthony-in-Meneage chapel is a Grade II Listed Building and you can see the specification, some historical detail and a picture here.
The chapel was built in 1829 for the Bible Christian community, in the early stages of the movement’s development. It was also used for secular activities, including as a village hall. In 1973 the chapel was recorded as retaining internal fixtures and fittings, including a pulpit and box pews. In the late 1970s the building was converted into a dwelling, at which time most of the internal fittings were removed.
Grid Reference: SW7798124701