Enmore Green Primitive Methodist chapel

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Enmore Green Primitive Methodist chapel

Keith Guyler 1989

location of Enmore Green Primitive Methodist chapel


By Christopher Hill

Enmore Green is north west of Shaftesbury. Enmore Green Primitive Methodist chapel was opened in 1868. 

It served until the 1980s after which it was converted for residential use.  It became Yew Tree House. On Google Street View in May 2011 it is the Chapel Bed and Breakfast. 

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 07/08/2015.
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I believe there was a secession in about 1890 from the chapel, when people left who felt the society was too lax on alcohol and tobacco. They joined with four similar groups, including a secession from the Wesleyans of Winterslow, and formed a group of churches or mission halls under the name Gospel Lifeboat Mission. The Winterslow secession is still functioning. Does anyone know anything about the others, especially Enmore Green?

By David Young
On 11/03/2017

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