SHROPSHIRE NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

[former] Salvation Army Barracks, King Street, Oswestry [former] Salvation Army Barracks a.k.a. the Temple, King Street, Oswestry
The building was erected in 1888 at a cost of £400. The opening services took place on Saturday 17th November 1888 amd continued for three more days and were reported to have attracted large audiences. The barracks closed sometime after 1980. It has been used by "J&I Carpets & Curtains" in recent years and there were plans in 2017 for it to be converted into a cinema, but when seen in March 2019 it was still unused and unconverted. Boards outside advertised it for sale or to let in early 2019.
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