SHROPSHIRE NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

Bayston Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Bayston Hill
This Primitive Methodist Chapel in Grove Lane was built in 1861 on a plot of land bought in 1860. The foundation stone was laid on 1st April and it was opened on 30th June 1861. It was built of brick, measured 30 ft by 20 ft and had 2 gothic window on each side, and cost in total 180. In 1986 it united with the Congregational Church in Bayston Hill. The modern Methodist chapel in Landsdown Road, q.v. was opened on 16th May 1970.
There is a photograph of the 1861 chapel in the "Shropshire Star" of 26th March 2009.
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