SHROPSHIRE NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS


[former] Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Little Stretton
This little Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built of polychrome brick in 1867-8. The chapel was built by Mr Pugh of Bishop's Castle and was intended to hold 80 worshippers. Over the rostrum was a stained glass window by Mr Groves, junr. of Church Stretton. The foundation stones were laid on Tuesday 10th December 1867 & the official opening took place on the 11th March 1868. The cost of the chapel building was 130. The chapel closed soon after 1922. By 2003 the building had a rendered front, painted white, with an additional building on the west side. It is now used as Little Stretton village hall.

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