Knot End on Sea Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lancashire

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Steve Wild

By Geoff Dickinson

Religious services at Knot End began in the summer of 1904, with missions held in a house which is now the Spar store.

A new chapel costing £1,000 was built and soon attracted youngsters who formed a Sunday School. A schoolroom extension was completed and opened in 1927.

A kitchen and modern toilets were added in 1969. 1974 saw the transformation of the church's entrance area creating a lighter, brighter interior.

Follow this link to view a picture of the chapel taken in 2006.



This page was added by Geoff Dickinson on 22/02/2017.
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The minute book of the Ladies' Pleasant Hour at this chapel has recently been donated to the current minister for deposit at Lancashire Archives. The minutes span a long period, 1935-1971, and had been kept my the donor's mother, recently deceased. Here are some pictures!

By Owen Roberts
On 11/08/2017