Wales

Page link: Aberaman
Aberaman
First English chapel in the area
Page link: Beaufort Primitive Methodist chapel
Beaufort Primitive Methodist chapel
first chapel in South Wales; Primitive Place, Beaufort, Brecknockshire NP23 5JW
Page link: Bettisfield, North Wales
Bettisfield, North Wales
an unusual story
Page link: Bleddfa Primitive Methodist chapel
Bleddfa Primitive Methodist chapel
Bleddfa KNIGHTON LD7 1PA
Page link: Broad Moore Colliery, Pembroke Mission
Broad Moore Colliery, Pembroke Mission
Temperance Hall for the Primitive Methodist Connexion
Page link: Bronington PM Chapel in the County of Clwyd
Bronington PM Chapel in the County of Clwyd
This chapel was built and opened in 1891. The closing date of the chapel, for worship, is unknown.
Page link: Brookhouse Primitive Methodist chapel
Brookhouse Primitive Methodist chapel
Presteign circuit: Beguildy LD7 1YU
Page link: Bryn Methodist Church, Alltami, Nr. Mold
Bryn Methodist Church, Alltami, Nr. Mold
Formerly Alltami Primitive Methodist Chapel
Page link: Buckley, Flintshire
Buckley, Flintshire
Tabernacle
Page link: Buttington (Cefn) Primitive Methodist Chapel Montgomeryshire
Buttington (Cefn) Primitive Methodist Chapel Montgomeryshire
This chapel was erected in 1881 and opened in 1882
Page link: Caer Estyn, Flintshire
Caer Estyn, Flintshire
demolished chapel
Page link: Cardiff (Bethel, Dalton Street) Primitive Methodist Chapel and Sunday School
Cardiff (Bethel, Dalton Street) Primitive Methodist Chapel and Sunday School
The original chapel building has long gone. No dates
Page link: Cloddiau (Zion) Primitive Methodist Chapel Montgomeryshire
Cloddiau (Zion) Primitive Methodist Chapel Montgomeryshire
This chapel was erected and/or opened in 1876
Page link: Cloy
Cloy
first Primitive Methodist chapel in North Wales
Page link: Crabtree Green Primitive Methodist chapel
Crabtree Green Primitive Methodist chapel
Crabtree Green, Wrexham LL13 0YG
Page link: Cresselly PM Chapel  Lanesend Pembrokeshire Wales
Cresselly PM Chapel Lanesend Pembrokeshire Wales
This chapel was built in 1893
Page link: Cwm-y-Gaist Primitive Methodist chapel
Cwm-y-Gaist Primitive Methodist chapel
Llanbister Road Llandrindod Wells LD1 5UW
Page link: Deuddwr PM Chapel Wales
Deuddwr PM Chapel Wales
Also known as Deytheur PM Chapel
Page link: Eyton, North Wales
Eyton, North Wales
formerly Denbighshire
Page link: Froncysyllte
Froncysyllte
...and Richard Jones
Page link: Green Primitive Methodist chapel
Green Primitive Methodist chapel
Lydham Montgomery Powys SY15 6SY
Page link: Hyssington Primitive Methodist chapel
Hyssington Primitive Methodist chapel
Church Stoke Montgomery Powys SY15 6EG
Page link: Kingsmoor Primitive Methodist Chapel with Graveyard
Kingsmoor Primitive Methodist Chapel with Graveyard
Kingsmoor Road, Nr Kilgetty, St Issells Civil Parish, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Page link: Knighton Primitive Methodist chapel
Knighton Primitive Methodist chapel
Broad Street, Knighton
Page link: Knolton, North Wales
Knolton, North Wales
"Peace be within thy walls."
Page link: Llandrinio P M Chapel Powys, Wales
Llandrinio P M Chapel Powys, Wales
A chapel was opened in 1835. The present building dates from1907
Page link: Llangunllo Primitive Methodist chapel
Llangunllo Primitive Methodist chapel
Llangunllo, KNIGHTON, LD7 1SR
Page link: Llay, Denbighshire
Llay, Denbighshire
in the Chester Primitive Methodist Circuit
Page link: Moss Nant chapel
Moss Nant chapel
near Wrexham
Page link: Newtown Mountain
Newtown Mountain
another vanished chapel
Page link: Old Church Stoke Primitive Methodist chapel
Old Church Stoke Primitive Methodist chapel
Old Church Stoke, MONTGOMERY, SY15 6DH
Page link: Penyffordd, Flintshire
Penyffordd, Flintshire
three churches combined
Page link: Pontyblew, North Wales
Pontyblew, North Wales
"Bridge of Hair"
Page link: Presteigne (Warden View) 1861 Primitive Methodist Chapel
Presteigne (Warden View) 1861 Primitive Methodist Chapel
On North West end of High Street, Presteigne, (Radnorshire) Powys
Page link: Rhostyllen, Wrexham
Rhostyllen, Wrexham
vanished chapel
Page link: Rhosymedre PM Chapel, nr Wrexham, Wales
Rhosymedre PM Chapel, nr Wrexham, Wales
oldest chapel still in use in the circuit
Page link: Sirhowy Primitive Methodist chapel
Sirhowy Primitive Methodist chapel
Rhoslan, Beaufort Road, Sirhowy
Page link: Summerhill Primitive Methodist Chapel
Summerhill Primitive Methodist Chapel
Summerhill, Nr Amroth, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Page link: Tallarn Green (Peters' Memorial) Primitive Methodist Chapel Flintshire Wales
Tallarn Green (Peters' Memorial) Primitive Methodist Chapel Flintshire Wales
This large brick built chapel was erected in 1887
Page link: Talwrn Green, North Wales
Talwrn Green, North Wales
Methodists in the Cockpit
Page link: Tower Lane Primitive Methodist Chapel, Swansea
Tower Lane Primitive Methodist Chapel, Swansea
the first PM chapel in Swansea, built 1836
Page link: Welshpool Primitive Methodist chapel
Welshpool Primitive Methodist chapel
Brook Street, WELSHPOOL, SY21 7LF
Page link: Whitcott Keysett Primitive Methodist chapel
Whitcott Keysett Primitive Methodist chapel
Mardu Lane , Whitcott Keysett, Clun, CRAVEN ARMS, SY7 8QE
Page link: Willington, Flintshire
Willington, Flintshire
a mystery chapel
Page link: Wrexham
Wrexham
Beast Market Chapel, 1857-79