The [former] Wesleyan Methodist Reformers Chapel, Beacalls Lane, Castle Fields, Shrewsbury
A congregation of Wesleyan Methodist Reformers was established in Shrewsbury in 1850, which met in a room in the Linen Manufactory in Castle Fields. In 1853 a polychrome brick chapel was built nearby on the corner of Beacalls Lane and Albert Street. During the early part of the 20th century the congregation declined in numbers, and by the late 1930s had closed. The building was sold in 1940, and the remaining members joined the Castle Fields Methodist Church. The chapel has been used for commercial purposes in recent years.