Bath Road Methodist Church
Bath Rd, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 4BA
- Tel: 01793 529263
Bath Rd Methodist Church is here for the community to be a part of, and we would like to welcome you in person to be part of our community.
In 1813, a licence was granted to build a chapel at the back of The Corn Exchange. It was octagonal in shape and held 120 people. By 1862, this chapel was too small and so a second octagonal chapel was built for £1,000 next to the Old Town Brewery (still in Hoopers Place). By 1875, it also was not big enough and fund-raising began for a new church.
In 1876, the site was chosen. Chapel Street was built (renamed Wesley street in 1900) and the land for Bath Road Church, worth £500 then, was donated by Joseph Armstrong, W.V. Edward and P.H. Mason. Additional land, costing £540, was paid for by subscription and planning began. The architects were Bromilow & Chears of Liverpool.
In November 1878, the contract to build was signed with Mr. Thomas Barrett, a loyal member of the church, who was renowned for building Blunsdon Abbey in 1864.
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- Parent & Toddler Group
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- Lunch Club For The Elderley
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- Acoustic Hall
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