Mickle Trafford Primitive Methodist Chapel Cheshire

This chapel was built in 1885

This small brick built chapel sits proudly on a mound on the corner of two roads one being the A56 the other being Station Lane. It has an extension on the back built at a much later date.

Built with love by local Primitive Methodist families in 1885 in 2017 a handful of members are working hard to keep it open. Worship continues every Sunday at 10.00am and a play group uses the building during the week.

Inside is a memorial to those who served and died in two world wars.

Photos taken March 2017

OS Map Ref:117:SJ445696

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  • The 1885 Primitive Methodist magazine (page 59) records the laying of the foundation stones for a new Primitive Methodist chapel at Mickle Trafford in the Chester First station. The society had been meeting in the village for 20 years

    By Christopher Hill (29/04/2020)
  • Isn’t there another stone named Lanceley on the chapel walls ?

    By Christine (19/11/2019)
  • Please note that the playgroup has not met at the chapel for over three years.

    The current membership of the chapel is 14.

    By Jennifer Simmonds (22/04/2018)

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