Banningham Primitive Methodist chapel

By Christopher Hill

Banningham Primitive Methodist chapel in the North Walsham circuit was opened on Christmas Day 1828 and the occasion was described by H Sharman in the Primitive Methodist Magazine. THe opening services were taken by Brother Batty.

Mr Rump (a respectable farmer) gave the land and the new chapel measured 18'(w) x 24'(l). 

The Norfolk family tree Forum locates Banningham Prim chapel on Mill Road and Street View shows a former chapel there now, as a holiday let.  I'm a little confused, as the 1885-6 1:2,500 Ordnance Survey map shows it as Wesleyan Reform. Was it sold? Was there another chapel?


Reference

Primitive Methodist Magazine 1829 page 104

 

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 05/09/2017.

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