SHROPSHIRE'S NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

Craven Arms Primitive Methodist Chapel Primitive Methodist Chapel, Market Street, Craven Arms
The foundation stone of the chapel in Market Street was laid on Monday 13 October 1862. It was described at the time as "partly of Gothic and patly of Italian design" and built of "red and blue presed bricks with box stone dressings". The architect was Mr James Hine of Ludlow and the builder was Mr Charles Weale of Seifton. It was designed to hold 150 worshippers and built at a cost of about 460. The chapel closed in the mid 20th century and was sold in 1951 and has had several different uses since then. The front of the building has been totally altered and no longer bears any resemblance to its original appearance.
Grid ref: SO 434826


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