Masham (Silver Street) Primitive Methodist Chapel West Yorkshire

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Date of building unknown

Masham is a small market town in Lower Wensleydale. It has a long history and is very much remembered for its annual sheep fairs when up to 80,000 sheep could be sold. These are still held today but on a very much smaller scale. More is known about those than about Primitive Methodism here.

The pictures of the chapel in Silver Street show an unattractive building which appears to be a residence. Nothing is known about it. When was it built? When did it close?

The building at the side of the chapel may have been the manse?

Photos taken November 2017

OS Map Ref:99:SE224808

This page was added by Elaine and Richard Pearce on 18/01/2018.

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