[former] Primitive Methodist Chapel, Old Street, Ludlow
There was another chapel, accommodating about 300 worshippers (on another site in Old Street, purchased in 1835 for £570 & enlarged in 1865) in use by the Primitive Methodists before this new chapel (pictured here) was erected at a cost of almost £2224. The foundation stones were laid on 10th August 1870 and the chapel opened on 16th April 1871. It measured 65 ft by 36 ft with a circular cove roof supported by 10 cast iron columns. There were galleries on three sides. It could accommodate about 800 worshippers.There was a Sunday school attached with spacious classrooms underneath the chapel. It closed in 1958 & has been converted to commercial use.