SHROPSHIRE'S NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS


[former] Obley Primitive Methodist Chapel, in the parish of Clunbury

The building of this chapel was put out to tender in April 1880. It was then built at a crossroads in a remote location and opened on Sunday the 19th September of that year. The cost of the building was about 140. The architect was Mr Thomas Evans of Brampton Bryan and the builder was Messrs Jones & Son of Bishop's Castle. The building was still in use as a chapel in 1949 but was sold in 1970, & c. 2003 had a change of use, and was made into a residence.
Grid ref: SJ 331781

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