Aldridge Wesleyan Methodist Church, Staffordshire

By David Evans

Photo:Church located at the end of the row of houses

Church located at the end of the row of houses

Photo:External view of Church

External view of Church

Photo:Memorial inside church

Memorial inside church

The chapel stood in Walsall Wood Road, close to the centre of Aldridge.  The Wesleyan chapel  was demolished in the 1930s and a larger  Methodist Church was built in Anchor Road, in the centre of Aldridge.

The document below contains the programme for the stonelaying of the new chapel.  One of the speakers, Rev John Holland has his biograhpy on the My Primitive Methodist Ancesters Website. 


John Sale has allowed me access to his vast personal photo and realia collection and to scan two images from his book, Aldridge in Old Photographs, 1991


This page was added by Geoff Dickinson on 25/10/2017.