Leigh on Sea Wesleyan chapel, Essex

Leigh Wesleyan Chapel, Essex
Wesleyan Chapel Committee, 1880

This chapel was designed by Charles Bell, architect of Wesley Memorial in Oxford, to seat 300.
Within twenty years it had been replaced by Wesley, Leigh on Sea, which is still open as a Methodist church.

Reference: The twenty-sixth annual report of the Wesleyan Chapel Committee, 1880 page 138

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  • The chapel as in the picture survived until 1929 until it was deemed structurally unsound and was demolished, and was replaced by a new Methodist chapel on the same site that opened in 1932. That chapel remains a functional Methodist place of worship but as ‘The Fishermen’s Chapel’ – see; http://fishermenschapel.org.uk/about-us/ .
    So, the chapel was not ‘replaced’ by ‘Leigh Wesley Methodist Church’, both are functioning to this day but serving the community in different ways.

    By Paul Wornell (03/05/2021)

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