Norton Green Primitive Methodist Chapel Stoke on Trent

There are two chapels side by side

Norton Green Primitive Methodist Chapel Stoke on Trent
Norton Green Primitive Methodist Chapel Stoke on Trent
Norton Green Primitive Methodist Chapel Stoke on Trent
Norton Green Primitive Methodist Chapel Stoke on Trent
Norton Green Primitive Methodist Chapel Stoke on Trent

Built in blue and red brick there are two chapel buildings. The one on the left was built in 1857. The one on the right is Zion Primitive Methodist chapel built in 1871.This was probably built to give more worship space while the earlier one would have been used as a school room. In 2015 the 1871 building indicates it is still open for worship.

Photos taken January 2015

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  • It was in this village that Hugh Bourne preached his last sermon in a cottage on 22 January 1852.

    By Christopher Hill (01/01/2019)

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