Garway Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel, Herefordshire

Photo:Galway Hill PM Chapel

Galway Hill PM Chapel

David Hill

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Garway Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel, Herefordshire' page

Photo taken July 2017 by E & R Pearce

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Garway Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel, Herefordshire' page

Photo taken July 2017 by E & R Pearce

Photo:Chapel plaque and date

Chapel plaque and date

Photo taken July 2017 by E & R Pearce

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Garway Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel, Herefordshire' page

Photo taken July 2017 by E & R Pearce

By Geoff Dickinson

Wikipedia describes Garway as follows. Garway (Llanwrfwy) is a civil parish in south-west Herefordshire, England. It is set on a hillside above the River Monnow about 10 km northwest of Monmouth. It is a sparsely populated area, mainly agricultural in nature. There are several small centres of population: Garway, Broad Oak, The Turning and Garway Hill.

There is a graveyard at the rear of the Chapel which is still in use in 2017.  

 

The Shropshire and Marches Methodist Circuit website provides some of the history of the chapel.

This page was added by Geoff Dickinson on 23/10/2015.

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