Glazebrook Primitive Methodist Centenary Church Cheshire

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This chapel was built in 1908

Rixton with Glazebrook is a rural community in Warrington East bordered on the south side by the Manchester Ship Canal. Warburton Toll Bridge is the nearest crossing point.

There has been a Methodist presence in Glazebrook since 1854. Primitive or Wesleyan? The present chapel was erected in 1908. It is large, built of red brick with ochre brick decoration and occupies quite a large piece of land. The part of the building to the rear may have been an earlier chapel?

In 2016 it is still open for worship.

Photos taken January 2016

OS Map Ref:109:SJ694926

This page was added by Elaine and Richard Pearce on 02/02/2016.