[former] Independent Chapel, Bishop's Castle
This chapel was built in 1810 "near the town hall" and licensed at the county quarter sessions in January 1810, In 1851 there was free seating for 50 people, and rented seating for 150. There were 45 people at their morning service and 80 at their evening service with 25 Sunday scholars in 1851.The chapel was restored in 1883 at a cost of £116. At the end of the 19th century it was described as being built in an out-of-the-way place & reached through an unpleasant thoroughfare. The chapel was replaced by a new Congregational chapel q.v. in Station Road, built in 1913. Following alterations, the building in this picture is now used for other purposes.