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The Wesleyan Chapel.
Wesleyan, Himley Road, Gornal Wood
Wesleyan Methodist Church.
Methodist Church built in the Gothic style, and replaced an earlier Wesleyan chapel built in 1827.
The foundation stone of the present church was laid on the 5th August, 1895, and opened on the 5th December, 1895.
It was built by Mr J.E. Buxton of Lower Gornal, at a cost of £2,000 including the land and accomodates 450.
Registered for solemnizing marriages on the 15th of April 1897.
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