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Bulkeley Methodist Church

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OS grid reference  SJ 532 545
Denomination  Methodist
Materials  Brick, slate roofs
Architectural style  Georgian architecture
Country  England
Designated  29 October 1984
Address  Malpas SY14 8BW, UK
Heritage designation  Listed building
Bulkeley Methodist Church
Location  Wrexham Road, Bulkeley, Cheshire

Bulkeley Methodist Church is in Wrexham Road in the village of Bulkeley, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building.



The church is dated 1861. It was originally called the Jubilee Primitive Methodist Chapel.


The building is constructed in red brick on a stone plinth with a slate roof. Despite its date, the architectural style is Georgian. It has a rectangular plan in two bays orientated north-south. The entrance is on the south side and contains a doorcase above which is a fanlight. This is flanked by round-headed sash windows. Above these is a pediment containing a panel with the original name of the church and its date. There are similar sash windows along the sides of the church. Inside the church is a reredos containing a three-arched arcade. The pulpit is hexagonal. The listing describes it as "an intact and pleasing example of a small chapel of the date".


Bulkeley Methodist Church Wikipedia

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