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 has closed & was de-registered as a place of religious worship on 23rd September 1983, having been first registered on 1st February 1893. The building has since been demolished.
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