Pant Glas Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Selattyn Pant Glas Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Selattyn
This chapel was built near Burnt House (whose owner Mr Jones gave the site) in 1876 to a design by W. Ranger of London and built by Messrs Morris, Chaplin & Corney of Oswestry. The total cost was about 320; Mr Haslehurst of Runcorn gave 100 guineas towards the cost of the building. The foundation stone was laid on Monday 28th August 1876. In a bottle underneath the stone were placed copies of newspapers, a penny, a halfpenny, a circuit plan and a document recording the details of the day's events and the names of the trustees. The building is no longer a Methodist chapel (it closed sometime after 1938) but has been converted to residential use. Fortunately it still bears a considerable resemblance to its former use. .

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