Stevington Primitive Methodist Chapel

1863-1957

Stevington Primitive Methodist Chapel | Keith Guyler, 2000
Keith Guyler, 2000
Stevington Primitive Methodist Chapel | Tim Banks, 2014
Tim Banks, 2014
Stevington Primitive Methodist Chapel | Tim Banks, 2014
Tim Banks, 2014

The Chapel was built in 1863, although Primitive Methodists had been meeting in people’s homes since before 1851. In that year they were holding services in a room in the home of William Wilcox, of Duck End. About 30 people came in the morning and about 60 in the evening. Perhaps  Thomas White had a larger house, as the following year the services moved to his house.

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  • For many years, the former Stevington PM chapel was used by Robert Shaftoe organ builder. Now in 2014 a new business is using these premises

    By Tim Banks (18/06/2014)

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