Brindley Ford Primitive Methodist Chapel

First chapel built c1862

Bradley Green Circuit chapels
Christian Messenger 1910/153

Enquiries made in 1907 failed to ascertain the exact date the chapel was built, and ‘the date stone had been chiselled and cut till no one could read it’.

The building was later used as a ‘public resort’ and it was thought that the ‘promoters of that enterprise objected to the premises being labelled’.

In 1898 a new chapel was built, described as ‘handsome new premises in the centre of the village, and with every modern convenience’.


W J Harper, Mow Cop and its Slopes, Tunstall (1907), p58.

additional information from the Primitive Methodist magazine – 1897 page 314

The erection of a new school room at Brindley Ford in the Bradley Green station has been sanctioned

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