[former] Eaton Mascott Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
This chapel was built on land given by Thomas Wells, an ironmaster, of Wolverhampton, who had bought Eaton Mascott Hall and its estate a few years before the chapel was built. The foundation stone was laid on Monday 19th October 1868 by Mary Wells the wife of Thomas Wells. The chapel was built at a cost of £140. Following the death of all the members of the Wells family, in 1891 the estate was sold which seems to have precipitated the chapel's demise, as it had closed by 1893. The building has been converted to residential use since then and is unrecognisable as a former chapel. It is now named "Chapel House".
Grid ref: SJ 534059