Clee St Margaret Primitive Methodist Chapel, Shropshire

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

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  • Wellington Journal, 10 November 1866, page 5.
    New Chapel.
    The opening of a new Primitive Methodist Chapel commenced on Sunday last. A public prayer meeting was held in the morning, after which three sermons were preached; that in [the] morning by Mr. J. Edwards, of Kington; in the afternoon by Mr G. Franks, of Madeley; and at night by Mr. J. Phasey, of Ironbridge. A collection was made at each service. The place was densely crowded, both afternoon and night, and many were unable to gain admittance. The services were brought to a close by a public tea meeting … Votes of thanks were proposed to E. Turner, Esq., for his liberal gift of a handsome pulpit bible; to the farmers who had carted the materials free of cost; to the ladies who provided the tea and waited at the trays; and also to the chairman for his efficient services. The total amount of money raised for the trust fund, including profits of tea party, donations, and public collections, amounted to £25.

    By Janice Cox (06/11/2020)

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