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Bulkeley Methodist Church from the southeast
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|OS grid reference||SJ 532 545|
|Heritage designation||Grade II|
|Designated||29 October 1984|
|Materials||Brick, slate roofs|
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". This is being purchased and converted into a domestic dwelling.
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