Abbots Bromley Primitive Methodist Chapel, Staffordshire

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By David Leese

Chapel House, Lichfield Street, Abbots Bromley, Rugeley, WS15 3DL

This building is clearly a former chapel, sideways on to the road. The denominational date stone is defaced, but the foundation stones are still clearly visible-on the front elevation two stones with the names D.Woodroffe Esq. Rugeley, and B. Walker Esq. Stretton. Additionally and unusually there are two named bricks either side of the entrance arch- J. Bott and D. Morris Cannock. The chapel was constructed as a typical three bay building.

This page was added by David Leese on 23/04/2017.

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