Welsh End Primitive Methodist chapel
Welsh End Primitive Methodist Chapel
The Primitive Methodists built this chapel in 1859 to replace an earlier one built in 1828, which was described as "a very poor one and dilapidated". The ceremony of laying the first brick of the new chapel took place on 12th October 1859. They also bought some extra land for a burial ground. The chapel is still in use today (2017), with its own burial ground attached. There is an adjoining Sunday School built in the same style, but not erected until 1913.
Grid ref: SJ512358

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