The Churches of Britain and Ireland
|Nantwich, CheshireBroad Lane Methodist
Church. © Peter Morgan (2015).
Cemetery Chapel. © Peter Morgan (2015).
The former Methodist Church on Hospital Street, built as Wesleyan in 1808, later extended and re-faced. Services are now held in the 1911 Sunday School opposite. SJ 6531 5224. © Sandy Calder. Howard Richter advises that the former church is undergoing residential conversion as of 2018. © Martin Richter (2018). Link, which says that the former school has been modernized, and that the congregation held their first service there in 2009. Grade II listed.
St. Anne (R.C.). © Peter Morgan (2015).
St. Mary on Church Lane was restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott, and is sometimes referred to as the Cathedral of South Cheshire. There are many references on the web giving the dedication as St. Mary and St. Nicholas, but the official church website has it simply as St. Mary. SJ 652 523. © David Lea. An old postcard view, from Steve Bulman's Collection. Another view, © Peter Morgan (2015). Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2, all © John Balaam (2016). And another, © Bill Henderson (2017). The grade I listing is as unusually terse as the Wikipedia entry is detailed.
Welsh Row Primitive Methodist Chapel (1840). SJ 646 524. © Sandy Calder. Another view, © Peter Morgan (2015). The Wikipedia entry says it was closed in 2001. Grade II listed.
05 May 2018
© Steve Bulman