This listed building has been empty for around five years now but remains in fabulous condition inside. Outside things are starting to slip and I hope someone does something with it soon.

Built in 1797, the Grade 2 listed building features a pipe organ built in 1907, polished wood pews and a lovey raised floor

Some info

The original chapel of 1797 was replaced by this building c1827, when the growing congregation required larger premises. It was funded by the subscriptions raised by cloth manufacturer Thomas Pawson of Stonebridge Mills, (1760-1831), which included his own generous donation. The Sunday School, built to the right on the south side of the chapel, was an 1819 addition to the original chapel on two storeys with the school upstairs and the caretaker's house on the ground floor. It was later converted to a library and a new school was built in 1828. The chapel has two porches to the front which date from 1873 when the original central arched entrance of 1828 was bricked up. The outline of it is still visible in this image. There is a pedimented section at the top where a clock had originally been situated. The clock and a small belfry were removed in 1915. Farnley Hill Methodist Chapel is now a 'Protected Building of Historical and Architectural interest' and it is a rare example of a box-pewed and galleried interior. It also boasts a double-decker, Spanish mahogany pulpit
The outside, needs a tidy up.

Fantastic church area.

Organ makers stamp, the organ is condemned as unsafe.

Upstairs shots.

Jesus loves you, he also likes animals.

Tried to hammer out a few Elvis tunes but the piano didn't work.

Thanks for looking