SHROPSHIRE'S NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

[former] Montford Bridge Wesleyan Methodist Chapel [former] Montford Bridge Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
The first Wesleyan chapel on this site was erected in 1826. In 1851 an average of 50 people attended their afternoon and evening Sunday services. This was replaced by the current building in 1881. The chapel was licensed for the solemnization of marriages on 28 July 1952. The chapel closed c. 1967 and was put up for sale c. 1981, having been de-registered as a place of worship in March 1980. It had been converted to residential use by 2004, and has been altered internally and externally. For a view of the gable-end entrance, click here.
There is a photograph of the chapel taken c. 1981 available in Shropshire Archives.
Grid ref: SJ 434149

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