Seifton Bache Primitive Methodist Chapel, Shropshire

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  • This chapel was also known as “Golden Plackett Primitive Methodist Chapel”.
    LUDLOW ADVERTISER, 31 May 1862, page 1.
    “FOUNDATION STONE LAYING. THE Corner Stone of the Primitive Methodist Chapel, at Golden Placket, Culmington will be laid on Friday, June 5th, 1862, at half-past three o’clock in the afternoon by Mrs. J. Nott, of the Farlands, and addresses will be delivered by J. Nott, Esq., and the Rev. C. Smallman; after which a Tea Party will be held on the ground in a tent erected for the occasion. The public meeting will be addressed by J. Nott, Esq., and the Revs. F. R. Andrews and C. Smallman. Tea on the tables at half-past Four co’clock. Tickets One Shilling each.”
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    WELLINGTON JOURNAL, Saturday 4 August 1877, page 5.
    “GOLDEN PLACKET.
    THE PRIMITIVE METHODISTS. The anniversary of the Primitive Methodist Sunday-school at this place was celebrated on Sunday and Tuesday last. On Sunday afternoon and evening, appropriate sermons were preached by Rev. W. Clulow, circuit minister. The scholars recited suitable pieces at each service in a creditable manner. In former years the congregations have been so large at the anniversaries of the school that one-half the people could not be accommodated in the chapel, causing considerable dissatisfaction, but this year a large tent was hired, and Mr. Bright very kindly gave his consent for it to be erected in his field adjoining the chapel. The tent, which is considered capable of accommodating 400 persons, was comfortably filled on each occasion. On Tuesday, about 300 people sat down to an excellent tea, provided in the chapel; and after tea, a public meeting was held in the tent, presided over by Mr. C. Weale, in the unavoidable absence of Mr. Wintersgill, of Ludlow, and addressed by Mr. Marshall, Mr. W. Weale, Mr. B. Weale, and Rev. W. Clulow. The collections on Sunday amounted to £8 11s. 6d., besides a subscription of £1 1s., and others promised. A hearty vote of thanks was given to all who had assisted.”
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    By Janice Cox (22/08/2021)

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