Staffordshire

The first Primitive Methodist Chapel was built in Staffordshire in 1811.

There were 138 Primitive Methodist Chapels in the Stoke-on-Trent and Macclesfield District, seating 29,715 people. (Statistical Returns, 1940)

These include the following (which do not yet have their own page): Biddulph 1854; Biddulph Moor 1904; Harriseahead 1861; Kidsgrove 1851; Packmoor 1862.

Page link: Alrewas Primitive Methodist chapel
Alrewas Primitive Methodist chapel
William IV Rd, Alrewas DE13 7AN
Page link: Alvecote
Alvecote
Primitive Methodism around Tamworth 2
Page link: Amington
Amington
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Page link: Bellmott Primitive Methodist chapel
Bellmott Primitive Methodist chapel
(possibly) Anslow Road Hanbury DE13 8TX ?
Page link: Biddulph Moor New Road Primitive Methodist chapel
Biddulph Moor New Road Primitive Methodist chapel
Hot Lane Biddulph Moor ST8 7JD
Page link: Biddulph Park Primitive Methodist chapel
Biddulph Park Primitive Methodist chapel
Newtown Road, Biddulph Park, Biddulph, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ST8 7SW
Page link: Bilston Primitive Methodist chapel
Bilston Primitive Methodist chapel
High Street, Bilston
Page link: Birchmoor
Birchmoor
Primitive Methodism around Tamworth 5
Page link: Bishop's Offley PM Chapel Offleymarsh Staffordshire
Bishop's Offley PM Chapel Offleymarsh Staffordshire
The chapel was opened in 1875 and is still open for worship in 2013
Page link: Black Bank Primitive Methodist chapel
Black Bank Primitive Methodist chapel
High Lane, Newcastle Under Lyme
Page link: Blakeley Lane PM Chapel Staffordshire
Blakeley Lane PM Chapel Staffordshire
This Chapel was opened 1900 and is still open for worship in 2014
Page link: Brewood Primitive Methodist chapel
Brewood Primitive Methodist chapel
Shop Lane, Brewood ST19 9EB
Page link: Brindley Ford, PM Chapel
Brindley Ford, PM Chapel
First chapel built c1862
Page link: Brockton PM Chapel Staffordshire
Brockton PM Chapel Staffordshire
This chapel was built in 1867
Page link: Brown Lees Primitive Methodist Chapel Near Biddulph Staffordshire
Brown Lees Primitive Methodist Chapel Near Biddulph Staffordshire
This large brick built chapel was erected in 1894
Page link: Burntwood Primitive Methodist chapel
Burntwood Primitive Methodist chapel
Chase Road, BURNTWOOD
Page link: Burslem Hot Lane Primitive Methodist chapel
Burslem Hot Lane Primitive Methodist chapel
Hot Lane, Stoke-on-Trent ST6 2BN
Page link: Burslem's First PM Chapel
Burslem's First PM Chapel
Vociferating hymns in the style of maniacs
Page link: Burslem, Hamil Road (Clowes) PM Chapel
Burslem, Hamil Road (Clowes) PM Chapel
This chapel was opened in 1897. Closed 2011
Page link: Burton on Trent Primitive Methodist chapel
Burton on Trent Primitive Methodist chapel
Station Street, Burton on Trent
Page link: Butt Lane Primitive Methodist chapel
Butt Lane Primitive Methodist chapel
Chapel St Kidsgrove ST7 1NF
Page link: Cannockwood Primitive Methodist chapel
Cannockwood Primitive Methodist chapel
Chestall Road, Cannock Wood WS15 4RE
Page link: Cheadle Charles Street Primitive Methodist chapels
Cheadle Charles Street Primitive Methodist chapels
Charles Street Cheadle ST10 1ED
Page link: Cloud PM Chapel, Cheshire
Cloud PM Chapel, Cheshire
built in 1815; the oldest PM chapel still in continuous use
Page link: Coton Clanford PM Chapel Staffordshire
Coton Clanford PM Chapel Staffordshire
The foundation stone for this chapel was laid on 30th October 1884
Page link: Cross Heath PM Chapel Newcastle-under-Lyme Staffordshire
Cross Heath PM Chapel Newcastle-under-Lyme Staffordshire
This chapel was opened in 1911 and is still open for worship in 2014
Page link: Darlaston Primitive Methodist chapel
Darlaston Primitive Methodist chapel
Slater Street Wednesbury WS10 8EE
Page link: Dodsleigh PM Chapel, near Uttoxeter, Staffs
Dodsleigh PM Chapel, near Uttoxeter, Staffs
The Stone-laying, Sept 1908
Page link: Fole Primitive Methodist Chapel
Fole Primitive Methodist Chapel
Checkley, Staffordshire
Page link: Glascote
Glascote
Primitive Methodism around Tamworth 1
Page link: Gnosall PM Chapel Staffordshire
Gnosall PM Chapel Staffordshire
This brick built chapel was erected in 1901
Page link: Hart's Hill Primitive Methodist chapel
Hart's Hill Primitive Methodist chapel
Charter Street BRIERLEY HILL DY5 1LA
Page link: Heath Hayes Bourne Primitive Methodist chapel
Heath Hayes Bourne Primitive Methodist chapel
Hednesford Road Heath Hayes WS12 3HL
Page link: Hulme End Primitive Methodsit Chapel Staffordshire
Hulme End Primitive Methodsit Chapel Staffordshire
This tiny chapel was opened in 1854. In 2013 sadly the chapel is derelict.
Page link: Kingsley Primitive Methodist chapel
Kingsley Primitive Methodist chapel
Hazlescross Rd, Kingsley ST10 2AX
Page link: Lea Brook Primitive Mthodist chapel
Lea Brook Primitive Mthodist chapel
Lea Brook Road North, Wednesbury, WS10 7LY
Page link: Lichfield George Street Primitive Methodist chapel
Lichfield George Street Primitive Methodist chapel
Frank Halfpenny Hall, George Lane, Lichfield, WS13 6DX
Page link: Madeley Ebenezer PM Chapel Staffordshire
Madeley Ebenezer PM Chapel Staffordshire
This chapel was erected in 1856
Page link: Mow Cop Primitive Methodist Chapel
Mow Cop Primitive Methodist Chapel
The first chapel, built 1841, and used for worship until 1862.
Page link: Mow Cop Primitive Methodist Memorial Chapel, Primitive Street, Staffordshire
Mow Cop Primitive Methodist Memorial Chapel, Primitive Street, Staffordshire
This chapel is in the historic village of Mow Cop
Page link: New Invention Primitive Methodist chapel
New Invention Primitive Methodist chapel
Staffordshire: Lichfield circuit
Page link: Norton Canes Bethel Primitive Methodist chapel
Norton Canes Bethel Primitive Methodist chapel
Chapel Street Norton Canes WS11 9NX
Page link: Norton Green Primitive Methodist Chapel Stoke on Trent
Norton Green Primitive Methodist Chapel Stoke on Trent
There are two chapels side by side
Page link: Packmoor Primitive Methodist Chapel
Packmoor Primitive Methodist Chapel
Built 1862, still in use.
Page link: Pelsall Paradise Primitive Methodist chapel
Pelsall Paradise Primitive Methodist chapel
Paradise Lane Pelsall WS3 4NH
Page link: Rugeley Primitive Methodist chapel
Rugeley Primitive Methodist chapel
Church Street, Rugeley WS15 2AH
Page link: Sedgley Primitive Methodist chapel
Sedgley Primitive Methodist chapel
Tipton St, Dudley DY31HE
Page link: Shelfield Centenary Primitive Methodist Church
Shelfield Centenary Primitive Methodist Church
Four Crosses Road, Shelfield, Staffs
Page link: Stanton Primitive Methodist chapel
Stanton Primitive Methodist chapel
Bankside Stanton ASHBOURNE DE6 2BZ
Page link: Stoke-on-Trent Lonsdale Street Primitive Methodist chapel
Stoke-on-Trent Lonsdale Street Primitive Methodist chapel
Lonsdale Street, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 1EJ
Page link: Stubwood PM Chapel
Stubwood PM Chapel
near Denstone, Staffordshire
Page link: Swan Village Primitive Methodist chapel
Swan Village Primitive Methodist chapel
West Bromwich circuit: how many chapels does a place need?
Page link: Threapwood Head Primitive Methodist chapel
Threapwood Head Primitive Methodist chapel
Chapel House Chapel Lane Threapwood ST10 4QZ
Page link: Tunstall Primitive Methodist Chapel
Tunstall Primitive Methodist Chapel
Origins and growth (1811-1865)
Page link: Tunstall Primitive Methodist, Jubilee Chapel, 1905
Tunstall Primitive Methodist, Jubilee Chapel, 1905
refurbished and reopened in 1905
Page link: Warslow P M Chapel Staffordshire
Warslow P M Chapel Staffordshire
Opened in 1848, this chapel is now house
Page link: Warton
Warton
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Page link: Wrinehill PM Chapel, Staffordshire
Wrinehill PM Chapel, Staffordshire
Den Lane junction with Main Road