SHROPSHIRE'S NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

[former] Noneley Primitive Methodist Chapel, Loppington [former] Noneley Primitive Methodist Chapel, Loppington
The foundation stones of this chapel were laid on Wednesday 17th April 1872. The chapel appears on the 1880 and 1900 Ordnance Survey maps but by 1924 it had gone, so it must have closed and been demolished. It was situated a little way north of the hamlet of Noneley, and south-east of the village of Loppington, on a plot next to Shays Cottage. Grid ref: SJ 478287
It was replaced by a new chapel which was built in 1919 at Rue Wood. The foundation stones were laid on the 7th May on a site measuring 150 square yards which was sold to the church for 2s 6d. by Thomas Bowden. By the early 1980s the building was derelict & must have closed sometime before that. On the site now there is a new house which may contain a little of the chapel, as the front of the house facing the street has a chapel-like entrance porch!
Grid ref: SJ 499276

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