Cloud Methodist Chapel
Hugh Bourne (see Englesea Brook and Mow Cop) preached here in 1811 and, reputedly, inspired the local, rural people to collect the funds in 3 days and to build the chapel in three weeks in 1815.
Today, the chapel retains preaching plans
dating back to around 1812, showing the
names of Hugh and James Bourne, the
Harvey family and the Deakins.
Additional visitor information
Car parking available in street
Access to the chapel via a steep path
unsuitable for visitors using wheelchairs.
Throughout the year –
Sunday School: 11am.
List of special services
available on the
Dane & Trent Circuit website www.danetrentmethodist.org.uk
The Roaches, The Bridestones, Rushton Parish
Church and Englesea Brook Chapel & Museum
of Primitive Methodism.
Cheshire CW12 3QQ
The chapel is open for services.
Tel: 01260 226335 or 01782 510162
For more information, visit the nearby Englesea Brook Chapel & Museum
Getting there SATNAV: CW12 3QQ OS: SJ910624
The chapel is located on an isolated country road between Biddulph and Congleton, so travel by car is advised.
Train: Nearest station is Congleton.
Foot: There are many lovely footpaths around the chapel including climbing the Cloud, which gives great views of the Roaches, Cheshire and Staffordshire countryside.
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