Norley (Zion) Primitive Methodist Chapel Cheshire

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This small rural chapel was built in 1870

Norley is a small village on the edge of Delamere Forest and within a few miles of Frodsham. The Primitive Methodist chapel stands on a cross roads in Hatchmere leading to the Barnsbridge Gates car park in the forest. It is a delightful red brick building (perhaps originally one room) with a small Sunday School attached built in 1898 .Date of closure is unknown but it was thought to be in the 1990s.

In 2015 it has been tastefully converted into a dwelling.

Photos taken July 2015

OS Map Ref:117:SJ555719

This page was added by Elaine and Richard Pearce on 13/08/2015.

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