SHROPSHIRE'S NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

[former] Newcastle on Clun  Primitive Methodist Chapel [former] Newcastle on Clun Primitive Methodist Chapel
This former Primitive Methodist chapel is now represented by a plaque on a garden wall, commemorating its former existence. After meeting in Newcastle since the 1840s, the congregation built a chapel in 1891 after they were presented with a piece of land by Miss Clements of Clun on 30 June 1891. The foundation stones were laid on Wednesday 9th September 1891, and the chapel cost about 220 to build. The builders were Mr K. Jordan and Mr R. Francis of Ford Street. The chapel closed in 1984 and the building was sold.
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