Bromyard - Highwell Lane Primitive Methodist Chapel (demolished)

Lay North side of Highwell Lane, Bromyard and Winslow Civil Parish, Herefordshire

Location GR – SO 65430 54420

A former Methodist Chapel at 4 & 6 Highwell Lane. Built 1835-6.  (Herefordshire Through Time)

Shown on 1886-7 OS Herefordshire 1:2,500 map as Methodist Chapel (Primitive)

Kelly’s Directory 1895 Hfds & Salop, P 28. BROMYARD – Primitive Methodist chapel, built in 1835, at Towerhill, with 120 sittings.

Click on the link to History on Line to view a map dated 1888.

A corrugated iron building. Removed after 1899 for re-use elsewhere in the country. (Taken from opening details of Victoria Terrace, Hereford Times 1899)

Old Maps

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  • There is a Brick built Primitive Methodist Chapel at Tower Hill/Pump Lane with the date stone 1899 set above the entrance. How this relates to the Tin building that was demolished and moved I do not know but the marker on your page and where the 1st edition map says Primitive Methodist Chapel is the site of a much altered but still standing 18/19th century building that is now a private home.
    I will send the pictures when I can find them of the Brick Chapel probably later today, I have spent the afernoon trying to unpick this for you but as yet no joy.

    By Paul Wood (20/08/2019)

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