Old Ledbury - Apostolic Chapel

Apostolic Chapel - Bye Street

The Mission Hall, ( undenominational ), under the management of Miss BERKLEY, Bye Street.



Follow this link to view newspaper reports on the Chapel during the war World War One 1914 - 1919



1915

[Ledbury Mission Hall]



Amazing to see inside passed it everyday...JB

My mum used to call it "The Tin Tabernacle" and she "signed the pledge" (not to drink alcohol) there when very young! I've never seen a picture of the inside before, so very interesting...MI

Very different these days, was my place of work for a few years, altered to its present use as a funeral home in 2001...HJ

Reminds me of coronation st ena sharples lived at n was in charge of the mission!...LJ

I remember going to Sunday school here and Robert WILLIAMS and Chris CLARKE were there. We used to sing My cups full and running over and make gestures with our hands, long time ago...PP



1916
The Mission Hall, ( undenominational ), under the management of Miss BERKLEY, Bye Street.
Meetings every evening except Monday. Sunday - Bible Class at 3 pm, Childrens Service at 6 pm, Service for adults 8 pm
Built by Lady Henry SOMERSET



Sources
1914 - 1919 Ledbury Guardian Newspaper - Herefordshire History
1916 Tilley's Almanack
Photographs are credited to the owners
Comments are from members of the Old Ledbury Facebook Group
Cuttings from Ledbury Reporter newspapers