Wesleyan Chapel

 

 

Folkestone Road Wesleyan Chapel event - date not known at present, could be at the time the chapel re-opened after the First World War when it had been badly damaged.

Folkestone Road Wesleyan Chapel event - date not known at present, could be at the time the chapel re-opened after the First World War when it had been badly damaged.


Folkestone Road,
Built 1910, bombed in both World Wars, later used by Dover College as a hall.

Wesleyan Chapel, Queen Elizabeth Square, built about 1779
“The Revd Mr Wesley is expected to preach at his Chapel in Canterbury on Monday the 14th of this month at 6 o'clock.
He will open his new Chapel at the Pier in Dover on Tuesday the 15th at 6 o'clock.
On Wednesday at Sandwich at 12 and Margate at 6 o'clock in the evening.
On Thursday again at Canterbury the same hour. ”
(Kentish Gazette 8-11 December 1789 p.4 col.4)
Closed 1961... demolished 1965 ...

Snargate Street Wesleyan Chapel opened 3 Oct 1834

London Road, Buckland Terrace, 1839 “Buckland Centenary Wesleyan Chapel”. Their former place of worship was opposite, the former was built 1810.