The former Moston Primitive Methodist chapel is another of those chapels miles from anywhere and you wonder where the congregation came from.. Build of stone to a Gothic design, it has been converted to residential use and the original stone tablets erased.
It is located a little way south of the hamlet itself.
The opening is recorded in the Primitive Methodist magazine of 1886. The society had worshipped in a cottage for 40 years before construction. Viscount Hill of Hawkstone generously gave the land and the stone for the building.
Primitive Methodist magazine of 1886 page 187