Bronington Primitive Methodist Chapel in the County of Clwyd

This chapel was built and opened in 1891. The closing date of the chapel, for worship, is unknown.

Bronington Primitive Methodist Chapel in the County of Clwyd was built outside the bounds of the village of Bronington in a rural area. It has now been lovingly converted into a domestic dwelling.

Photos taken June 2012

OS Map ref: 126: SJ487389

Additional information  (CH 06/2021)

The opening of the previous Bronington Primitive Methodist Chapel is recorded in the Primitive Methodist magazine of December 1850. James Pritchard tells us that the chapel, which was in the Prees Green circuit, opened on September 22nd 1850. The opening preacher was T Parr of Whitchurch. We are told that the chapel was well filled and all the seats were let.

The new chapel was brick built, slate roofed, with a boarded floor  and measured 24′ x 18′ and 11’6″ high internally. It cost £105 of which they had raised £40. Mr W Jones is mentioned as a significant donor and Mr S Morris of Hodnet drew the plans

Comments about this page

  • There’s a guide to finding out about a former Primitive Methodist chapel on this website Adam, here.

    By Christopher Hill (18/01/2023)
  • Whilst researching the history of the old 19c. school in Bronington I found references to the school children attending the Chapel so I found it nearby,and the earlier chapel . I am researching them now and would really appreciate help with sources ?

    By Adam Brodie (18/01/2023)
  • I’ve added information of the previous chapel opening in 1850.

    By Christopher Hill (19/06/2021)

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