Woodton Primitive Methodist chapel

location of former Woodton Primitive Methodist chapel

Chapel Hill, Woodton NR35 2NX

By Christopher Hill

The foundation stone for Woodton Primitive Methodist chapel was laid on 07/03/1836 and the chapel opened with celebration services on 22/04/1836 and  24/04/1836. Preachers at the opening services were, on the Friday, Brothers Webster, Smith and T Bennett , and on the Sunday, Brothers J Bunn & J Moss.

The new chapel measured 21'(w) x 30'(l). Mr Delp, a member of the  Independent society, purchased the land and sent his teams to cart 10,000 bricks to the site.

The opening is described by J Bunn in the Primitive Methodist magazine.

The chapel building still exists and in 2015 you could have bought it - complete with planning permission for conversion to a house - for between 100,000 and £150,000

Location: grid reference TM 2924 9391


Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1836 page 345

 

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 06/10/2017.

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