Map C: Madeley

Jubilee House

Summary

 

 

Jubilee House and Madeley High Street

Jubilee House and Madeley High Street

Built in 1870 as a Market Hall, Jubilee House, which at a later stage was a nut and bolt factory, became the offices of Madeley Parish Council in 1997.

 

Not far away is the Anstice Memorial Institute Building. This was built in 1869 as a working man's club complete with smoking room, lecture hall, billiard room and a library.

 

Just around the corner from Jubilee House is the 1841 Wesleyan Chapel named after John Fletcher.

 

 

Jubilee House & High Street, Madeley c.1848

Jubilee House & High Street, Madeley c.1848

 


 

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