SHROPSHIRE'S NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

[former] Cockshutford Primitive Methodist chapel [former] Cockshutford Primitive Methodist Chapel
Before they built this chapel, the Primitive Methodists here worshipped in a cottage. This chapel, built of stone with brick window and door dressings, is situated in a remote location. The chapel, 21 ft x 15 ft, was erected in 1869, the four cornerstones being laid on Thursday the 23rd September of that year. The commemorative stone has the inscription "PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL 1869" on it. The building was registered as a place of religious worship on 6th June 1870. The chapel closed in the second half of the 1950s. and was de-registered as a place of religious worship on 23rd February 1965. In 2003 it was used for storage, but by 2017 had been converted to residential use.
Grid ref: SO 583849

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