Adapted from the papers & photographs of my late Grandfather
William Frederick IVEY
A short distance along St. John`s road, or Lower Road as it will always be called as long as old Helstonians survive, is the MISSION HALL.
It was erected by Charles Oliver in 1920 from plans drawn by E.H. Winn.
It was non-denominational and has been the scene of spiritual revivals in the past.
Henry Toy in his `History of Helston` records that during the proceeding year or two, services had been conducted in a room near the gas works; another building which has been demolished.