Glossop (Shrewbury Street) Primitive Methodist Chapel Derbyshire

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This chapel was erected and opened in 1855

Primitive Methodists built their first chapel in Glossop at Greenvale in 1835. In 1855 they built a rather large plain stone chapel in Shrewsbury Street. It seated 550. Between 1885-8 it underwent extensive alterations and a pipe organ was installed at a cost of £400.In 1858 the school next door was built. Date of closure is unknown. The premises were once used for retail purposes. In 2015 both buildings appear to be apartments 

Photos taken April 2015

OS Map Ref:110:SK031942

This page was added by Elaine and Richard Pearce on 11/05/2015.

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