Ludlow Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
The 1878-9 Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Broad Street, Ludlow was built to replace a former chapel of 1800 in Lower Broad Street which is now a private house.. The 1879 was a large and imposing building, with galleries on three sides. It seated 700 people & cost £5,000 to build.
An attached Sunday school was added in 1897 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee. The chapel is still in use by the Methodists in 2020 & has been joined by the congregation formerly meeting at the former Zion Primitive Chapel, New Road, Ludlow.
Grid ref: 1879 chapel SO 511745