Hayton's Bent Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

Hayton's Bent Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

Hayton’s Bent Wesleyan Methodist Chapel was opened in 1837. In 1851 it had seating for 200 attenders.  Its registration as a place of worship was cancelled by 1980. By 2002 the building had been converted to residential use and was called “Chapel Farm”.

You can read more about it and see a picture on Janice Cox’s Shropshire’s Non-Conformist Chapels website here.

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  • WELLINGTON JOURNAL, Saturday 27 December 1890, page 7.
    “HAYTON’S BENT. WESLEYAN CHAPEL. On Sunday, special sermons were preached at the Wesleyan Chapel, Hayton’s Bent, on the occasion of the opening of the new harmonium. The sermons were preached by Mr. R. W. Billington, of Ludlow. In the afternoon a holiness meeting was held … Collections were taken in aid of the harmonium fund, the amount realised being 18s. Mr. Bengry, jun., presided at the harmonium, and special hymns were sund by the choir conducted by Mr. Hince.”

    By Janice Cox (18/01/2021)

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