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Wesleyan

10 April 2014

1883 – Wesleyan Chapel, Stow Hill, Newport, Wales

Architect: W.G. Habershon Now known as Bethel Community Church, and located on the elevated western side of Stow Hill, on the corner of Wesley Place. “The Wesleyan chapel in course of erection at...

07 April 2014

1901 – Wesleyan Mission Hall, Earl Grey St., Edinburgh

Architect: Dunn & Findlay “Building operations will shortly be commenced with the new halls and other premises for the Wesleyan Mission at the comer of Earl Grey-street and Wellington-place, a site at present...

25 March 2014

1864 – Design for Wesleyan Chapel, Athlone, Co. Westmeath

Architect: Alfred G. Jones Largely constructed as designed and still standing today. The adjoining resident was never constructed. “It is of Early English character, about 53 feet in length by 22 feet, terminating...

27 January 2014

1898 – Wesleyan Church and School, Nunhead, London

Architect: Robert Clamp “This block of buildings has recently been erected in the Ivydale-road, Nunhead (a district known as Waverley Park), for the Methodist New Connexion. The site was given by the adjoining...

20 January 2014

1897 – Wesleyan Church, Crosby, Lancashire

Architect: J. Francis Doyle Design for a Wesleyan Church in Crosby, then near Liverpool, now a part of Sefton.

23 March 2013

1879 – Wesley College, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin

Architect: Alfred G. Jones Wesley College was founded in 1845 on St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin as a Methodist Foundation but welcomes students of all faiths. It was originally proposed that to build a...

28 August 2012

1906 – New Porch & Tower, Wesleyan Church, Matlock Bridge, Derbyshire

Architect: Horace G. Bradley The church was originally designed by C.O. Ellison of Liverpool, with additions designed by Horace G. Bradley. The neo-gothic church was originally built in 1882 without the slender steeple,...

27 August 2012

1881 – New Wesleyan Chapel, Surbiton Hill, London

Architect: Charles Bell A fine non-conformist Wesleyan Chapel opened in 1882. Red brick with Bath stone windows and dressings designed in the early Gothic style. Open pine roof, trusses and gallery supported on...

11 June 2012

1908 – Wesleyan Sunday School, Newton Heath, Manchester

Architect: Smith & Matley Published in The Building News, November 20th 1908. For a time, used for services after the main church across the street was demolished due to dry rot. Later demolished.

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