John Wesley only preached in Liskeard four times. He wrote in his journal on September 27th 1757, 'We rode to Liskeard, I think one of the largest and pleasantest towns in Cornwall. I preached about the middle of the town, in a broad, convenient place. No person made any noise at all. At six in the morning I had nearly the same congregation. Afterwards, I examined the society and was agreeably surprised to hear that every one of them found peace with God; and (what was still more remarkable) that none of them has left their first love; that at this day not one of them is in darkness.'
I do not know where the meetings were held.