Honley Wesleyan Reform Church
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Later Honley United Methodist Free Church.
Established by Welseyan Reformers who seceded from Ebenezer Wesleyan Methodist Church, c1849. The congregation uses premises in Oldfield Buildings for worship which had been formerly used by Primitive Methodists. The congregation gradually dwindled in size as did not attract younger members and it closed in 1900. The Oldfield Building later used as an annexe for woodwork lessons by Honley Church of England School.