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Wesleyan

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.

23 April 2012

1869 – New Wesleyan Chapel, Alsager, Cheshire

Architect: George B. Ford Now known as Wesley Place Methodist Church. Published in The Building News, April 8th 1870. “THIS chapel (with which it will be seen a school is combined) occupies a...

14 February 2012

1881 – Wesleyan Chapel, Holly Park, Crouch Hill, London

Architect: Elijah Hoole “This building, tenders for which appeared in the Building News on 6th May last, is now in progress. The nave is octagonal, an aisle being carried round it, except at...

20 October 2010

1888 – Wesleyan Church, Lincoln

Architect: Charles Bell Front Perspective published in The Architect, April 13th 1888.

09 August 2010

1905 – Wesleyan Methodist Hall & Connexional Offices, Westminster, London

Architect: Mallows & Cross Selected design of competition, perspective view ~ Ground & 1st floor plans, published in The Building News, June 30th 1905.

18 June 2010

1876 – Wesleyan Chapel, Oxford

Architect: Charles Bell Front Elevation & Ground Plan as published in The Building News, February 18th 1876.

12 April 2010

1887 – Hinde Street Wesleyan Chapel, London

Architect: James Weir The West London Methodist Mission was established in 1887 under the leadership of Hugh Price Hughes, a leading voice in Methodism and in Non-Conformity, and has a long track record...

23 February 2010

1884 – Wesleyan Sunday Schools, Morley, Yorkshire

Architect: Walter Hanstock Constructed in Queen Street, Morley. Perspective view published in The Building News, May 2nd 1884.


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