[former] Baptist Chapel, English Walls, Oswestry
The first Baptist chapel on this site was erected in 1806 on land given by John Roberts (who lies buried behind the chapel). The chapel was enlarged in 1818 and again in 1867. Services continued here until the new Baptist chapel was opened in Salop Road in 1892. The building has been used for other purposes since then, including, in recent years, as offices of the National Farmers Union. The whole site was redeveloped & re-opened in 2001; Rainbow's End now occupies the chapel building fronting the street.