Fletcher Memorial Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Church Road, Coalbrookdale was opened in 1886. It replaced a previous chapel on the same site erected in 1785 and rebuilt in 1828 which was demolished to make way for the new chapel.
It closed in 1970.
The Methodist Heritage website explains the Fletcher element. It refers to the ministry of John Fletcher, vicar of Madeley. Fletcher’s ministry was outstanding for its preaching, with and for John Wesley, his pastoral work, and his theological writing, particularly the belief that the opportunity to freely choose or reject salvation through Jesus Christ is available to everyone
You can read more about the chapel and see pictures on Janice Cox’s Shropshire’s Non-Conformist Chapels website here.