Waters Upton Wesleyan Methodist chapel

Waters Upton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, built on land belonging to the Duke of Sutherland, was opened in December 1902. Until this chapel was built the local Wesleyan Methodists met in a room in the former workhouse.

The chapel closed sometime before  1980 when it was de-registered as a place of worship. It has now been converted to residential use.

You can read more about the chapel on Janice Cox’s Shropshire’s No-Conformist chapels website here.

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  • WELLINGTON JOURNAL, 2 August 1902, page 6.
    STONE-LAYING CEREMONY, FRIDAY NEXT, AUGUST 8, AT 2-30 P.M. TEA in the Board Schools (kindly lent by the School Board), at 4-30. Tickets 1s. each. PUBLIC MEETING at 6-30. Chairman E. W. GREEN, ESQ., of Handsworth. ADDRESSES by REVS. ENOCH SALT of Birmingham and W. H. KIRKHAM of Lincoln, the Circuit Ministers, and others. Collections in aid of the Building Fund.”
    SHREWSBURY CHRONICLE, 15 August 1902, page 8.
    “WATERS UPTON. NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL. Wesleyan Methodism having grown considerably in Waters Upton and neighbourhood, it has been decided to erect a suitable chapel to accommodate its adherents. Plans were prepared by Mr Bullock, and the foundation stone of the new building (estimated to cost about £800) was laid by Mr E W Green (Handsworth) on Friday lst. … ”

    By Janice Cox (13/12/2020)

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