Another lovely little church
I had some time between meetings and quickly drove to this one.
It is a grade 2 listed building
The site, and indeed the whole village once formed part of the Sawle estate and the church was built by the Sawle family at its own expense as a private chapel. The foundation stone was laid in 1884 by James Arther Reeve, funded by Sir Charles Brune Graves Sawle, 2nd Baronet. It was built using local stone and slate and consecrated on 22 October 1885 by the Bishop of Truro, George Wilkinson. The church of St Levan, Porthpean became part of the diocese in 1973 and in its small private graveyard are granite memorials to a number of the Sawle family.
old maps suggest it may have been built on the site of an older Wesleyan chapel but this seems unlikely - More digging to do