Aldborough Primitive Methodist chapel

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Aldborough Primitive Methodist chapel

Keith Guyler 1986

Aldborough Primitive Methodist chapel

The Centenary Chapel Chapel Road Aldborough NR11 7NN

By Christopher Hill

The first Aldborough Primitive Methodist chapel was on the Green.  It was opened in 1844.  After closure it became Fern Cottage.

Centenary chapel was opened in 1907 and served until the 1960s.  In 2015 it is a house.  It still (Google Street View 2008) boldly proclaims on its front wall the words "Primitive Methodist 1907 Centenary Church". This is in contrast to earlier buildings which were labelled as chapels and reflects a significant change in attitude.  Interestingly, the postal address is still "The Centenary Chapel"

location: 187344

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 21/08/2015.

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