Ellwood Primitive Methodist Chapel

Forest of Dean

Providence, Ellwood second chapel | Sylvia Cooke
Providence, Ellwood second chapel
Sylvia Cooke
Ellwood first chapel (1841) | Keith Guyler 1990
Ellwood first chapel (1841)
Keith Guyler 1990
Providence, Ellwood second chapel | Keith Guyler 1990
Providence, Ellwood second chapel
Keith Guyler 1990

Primitive Methodism reached the Forest of Dean in 1823, and a chapel was built at Ellwood in 1841. Despite frequent setbacks many other chapels were built and, with over a dozen, often small, meeting places scattered throughout the Forest, by the late 1860s, Primitive Methodism became the most popular faith in the Forest.

 

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