Ladmanlow Primitive Methodist Chapel Buxton Derbyshire

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Photo:August 9th 1899 / Minister - Rev. F.E. Heap(s) / Architect - G.E. Garlick / Contractor - M. Bennett

August 9th 1899 / Minister - Rev. F.E. Heap(s) / Architect - G.E. Garlick / Contractor - M. Bennett

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Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Ladmanlow Primitive Methodist Chapel Buxton Derbyshire' page
Photo:1899 Ladmanlow Primitive Methodist Chapel as it was in 1999

1899 Ladmanlow Primitive Methodist Chapel as it was in 1999

Keith Guyler 1999

This chapel was built in 1883

The origins of the Primitive Methodist society here are unknown but it probably consisted of the workers and families of the Grin Low Lime Works.There was a chapel on this site which was moved brick by brick to Burbage just down the road. The 1876 plan shows a Sunday and a Monday evening service

The 1883 building cost £340. In 1912 membership was 19. Date of closure is unknown.

Query? One of the stones in the photos is dated 1899. Was this chapel built in 1883 or 1899?

In 2014 the chapel can be seen within the bounds of an extended house.(see photos)

Photos taken October 2014

OS Map Ref:119:SK041719

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This page was added by Elaine and Richard Pearce on 28/12/2014.

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