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Bath Oldfield Park Wesleyan Methodist Church
Triangle West, Oldfield Park BATH BA2 3JA
Clevedon Wesleyan chapel, Linden Road
The building illustrated was designed by Herbert H. Jones of Bristol in 1882. At the time of the 1940 Statistical Returns, ...
Dunster, Ebenezer Wesleyan chapel and the Wesleyan School, Mill Lane
The first Methodist chapel in Dunster was Ebenezer Chapel. As can be seen, this opened on September 2nd 1811. A ...
Dunster, West Street Wesleyan Chapel
The Wesleyan Methodists moved from Ebenezer Chapel to West Street in 1832, and West Street chapel was rebuilt 1878 by ...
Milborne Port, Somerset
The building illustrated was designed by Alexander Lauder of Barnstaple in 1866. The building is still in use. At the time ...
Porlock Wesleyan Methodist chapel
In 1926, the Porlock Wesleyans moved across the village to this new building, designed by Mr. Tamlyn of Minehead, which ...
Porlock, the 1837 chapel
The 1837 Wesleyan chapel in Porlock is now a restaurant. In 1873 it could seat 250 Grid reference SS888468
Trinity, Whiteladies Road, Redland, Bristol
Designed by Samuel Hancorn of Newport, Monmouthshire, this building could seat 721 in 1873, but at the time of the ...
West Camel Wesleyan Methodist chapel
Sparkford Road, West Camel, BA22 7RB The picture and postcard collection at Englesea Brook Museum of Primitive Methodism contains a number of ...
Williton, Tower Hill Wesleyan Methodist chapel
The earliest Wesleyan chapel in Williton was built in 1810. The complex of church, vestry, and hall on Tower Hill ...
Yeovil, Vicarage Street
The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Yeovil was built in Middle Street in 1824. At the time of the 1851 ...
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