Broseley Wesleyan Methodist chapel

Broseley Wesleyan Methodist chapel

The date when the first Broseley Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Duke Street was erected is uncertain, but is probably 1796-7.

It was replaced by a new building in 1971.

A Methodist School was built on the opposite side of Duke Street in 1841, a building which still stands today.

Grid Ref SJ 67339 02065

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  • KINGTON TIMES, 5 March 1932, page 4.
    “A paragraph published in a London newspaper on Monday on what Methodist Chapel has the longest record of use for worship, has produced a number of letters. Mr. C. R. Jones, Broseley Wesleyan Chapel, writes that on Broseley Wesleyan Chapel, there are dates of 1796 and 1802.”
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    WELLINGTON JOURNAL, Saturday 4 April 1891, page 5.
    At an event to be held in the Gospel Rooms in Broseley on 15 April 1891, a collection would be made “at the close in aid of the Centenary Improvement to the Broseley Weslayan Chapel.”
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    WELLINGTON JOURNAL, Saturday 25 July 1891, page 7.
    “BROSELEY
    SPECIAL SERVICES … devoted to the renovation fund .. the series produced the handsome sum of £40 10s. 3d.”
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    WELLINGTON JOURNAL, Saturday 11 February 1899, page 5.
    “Wesleyan chapel, Broseley.
    ORGAN AND RENOVATION SCHEME. [Special service] FEBRUARY 19th 1899.”
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    By Janice Cox (21/11/2020)

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