Chasetown Zion's Hill Primitive Methodist chapel

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Chasetown Primitive Methodist chapel
  1. Chasetown Primitive Methodist chapel was opened in 1886 in the Lichfield circuit.  It held between three and four hundred worshippers.

The 1902 Ordnance Survey map shows a Prim chapel on the western side of High Street, just south of the junction with Hill Street.  There is a smaller Sunday school marked next to it and on later maps a church hall to the north. On the 1860s maps it is newly labelled Zion’s Hill Methodist church.  On the 1984 OS Plan the building is extended and marked as a warehouse.

On Street View there is modern housing on the site but does the hall still exist as Ensor House?


Primitive Methodist magazine for March 1887 page 188

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  • Yes. Ensor House does still exist and was used as Offices by an accountancy business until recently.

    By Berni Wilkins (29/02/2024)

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