Angel Bank Primitive Methodist Chapel

Bitterley, Shropshire

Information about this chapel can be viewed by following the link to Shropshire’s Nonconformist Chapels.

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  • Wellington JOurnal, 20 August 1881, page 7.
    “ANGEL BANK. NEW PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL. On Sunday lst, the opening services of the above chapel were concluded, when three sermons were preached – in the morning by Mr. W. G. Chubs, and in the afternoon and evening by Rev. G. Smallman. The attendance in the morning and afternoon was only moderate, but in the evening the congregation was crowded. A collection was made at the close of each servie in aid of the trust fund and in the aggregate, amounted to £5 4s.

    By Janice Cox (25/08/2021)
  • Eddowes’s Journal, 11 May 1881 page 5.
    “For many years past the want of a suitable place of worship has been very much felt by the members of the Primitive Methodist body in this place, and strenuous efforts have been made from time to time to obtain funds to purchase a site for the same. During the autumn of last year negotiations were made for the purchase of a piece of land whereon to build a chapel from Messrs. T. & E. Reynolds for the sum of £30. The site is situate on the left hand side of the road leading from Angel Bank to Bitterley … The chapel is to accomodate about 100 hundred persons, and will cost £200. It is to be built from plans designed by Mr. Weale, builder and contractor, Sandpits, Ludlow.”

    By Janice Cox (04/11/2020)

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