Glazebrook Primitive Methodist Centenary Church Cheshire

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 & August 2020

OS Map Ref:109:SJ694926

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