Building Name

St David’s Welsh Wesleyan Church Langworthy Road

1928 - 1929
Langworthy Road
Pendleton, Salford
GMCA, England
New Build

OPENING OF NEW CHAPEL DEWI SANT, WELSH WESLEYAN - The new chapel is ideally situated in Langworthy-road, Pendleton, and is bounded by that road, Duchy-street and Seedley-road. The building, which was designed by Mr Potts, is of rustic red brick and is a decided addition to the architectural amenities of the district. The main entrance is on Langworthy-road and there is a side entrance on Seedley-road. The Sunday School which forms part of the same building is entered from Duchy-street and is connected to the chapel by a door, so allowing direct access from one to the other. The pulpit is situated at the eastern end of the church and is of carved oak. The walls are panelled to a height of about four feet, above which the walls are painted white. The floor is of pine boards. Large tinted windows are let into the west walls and the south and north wings. The chapel, it may be stated is capable of seating over 300 persons.

Converted to Medical Centre and Pharmacy

Reference    Salford City Reporter 28 July 1928 Page 6
Reference    Salford City Reporter 5 October 1928 Page 8 (Laying Memorial Stone)