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Alsager, Wesley Place
The building illustrated was designed by George B. Ford of Burslem, and built in 1869. In this case, the Wesleyan ...
Altrincham, Bank Street
The foundation stone for the chapel in Bank Street was laid on 22nd March, 1865 and the opening services held ...
Cheadle Hulme: Wesley, Chapel Street
The building illustrated was designed by Henry Fuller. The seating capacity of the chapel was given in the 1873 and 1940 ...
Chester, City Road Wesleyan chapel
The building illustrated was built in 1872 and demolished in 1982. Built to seat 672, at the time of the 1940 ...
Kelsall Wesleyan Chapel, Cheshire
I recently came across this postcard which was posted on 30 August 1904. The original Kelsall Methodist Chapel was built in ...
Knutsford Wesleyan Chapel and School
The buildings illustrated were designed by T. Read Clements of Knutsford. The seating capacity of the chapel was given in the ...
Macclesfield, Sunderland Street WM Chapel, Cheshire
Grid ref SJ919734
Macclesfield, Trinity, Cumberland Street
The building illustrated was built in 1878, and closed in 1966. At the time of the 1940 Statistical Returns, it could ...
Runcorn, St. Paul's Wesleyan
This fine Italianate building was demolished when the town was redeveloped in 1969. Only the railings survive, and they are ...
Trinity Wesleyan Methodist Church, Crewe
Beginnings of Methodism in Crewe Methodist preaching in the area was established in 1835 in a farm house at Wistaston but ...
Wheelock Wesleyan Chapel
The building illustrated, in the Crewe Circuit, was designed by George B. Ford of Burslem, and built in 1872. In the ...
Woolstanwood, Coppenhall Lane Wesleyan
The building illustrated was designed by George B. Ford of Burslem, and built in 1870. Originally seating 240, at the time ...
Isle of Wight
Wesleyan Churches Within the Bede Circuit