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Aberystwyth English Wesleyan Chapel
The building illustrated was Wesley Chapel, Queens’ Road, Aberystwyth. The architect was Mr. Spaull of Oswestry. The chapel was a listed building, ...
Methodists on the dirt heap?
Conway English Wesleyan Chapel
The chapel illustrated here is St. John’s, Rose Hill Street. It was designed by Robert Curwen, who had an extensive ...
Conway Road Wesleyan Chapel, Canton, Cardiff
The chapel illustrated here was built in 1869, to designs by Habershon and Pite, who were a major architectural practice ...
Knighton Wesleyan Chapel
The building illustrated no longer exists, having been built in West Street, Knighton in 1869. The architects, Wilson and Willcox, had ...
New Brighton, North Wales
Which New Brighton?
Wesleyan - Wesle Bach - Primitive
Roath Road Wesleyan Chapel, Cardiff
The first chapel on this site was built in 1860, but the one illustrated here was built in 1872, to ...
Skewen Chapel, Glamorgan
This chapel was Wesley, Skewen, in the Neath and Port Talbot Circuit. It was designed by W.H. Gould of Ilfracombe, ...
St David's Methodist Church, Craig y Don, Llandudno
The story of the beginnings of St David’s Methodist Church, Craig y Don, goes back to 1859 when the first ...
St John's Methodist Church, Llandudno
St John’s Methodist Church was part of the expansion of Llandudno in Victorian times. The pioneering of Methodism in the ...
Welshpool, High Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
The building illustrated here is still in use, and was built in 1864. The architects was George Bidlake of Wolverhampton. Designed to ...
Isle of Wight
Wesleyan Churches Within the Bede Circuit