Teddington Methodist Church
Although the church was used by large numbers of people during the week, the internal arrangements left much to be desired. Access from the car park was restricted and unwelcoming. The church worship area itself was only used on Sundays or infrequently during the week and the church hall built in the early 1960’s suffered from poor detailing and leaking flat roofs, so prevalent with buildings of that era. Work has been completed which provides a new entrance from the car park, remodelled main worship space to allow more flexibility and multi-use, and a master plan developed for the future replacement of the hall.