Jackson Bridge Wesleyan Methodist Church

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Later called Hepworth Methodist Church.

The class was established in 1778, probably from Netherthong Wesleyan Methodist Church. The chapel was built in Chapel Bank between 1808 - 1809. A Sunday School was built next door to the chapel in 1901. The chapel closed in 1969 and some members joined Scholes Methodist Church, the chapel was later demolished and the Sunday School turned into a house.