Crich Primitive Methodist Chapel, near Matlock

Crich Primitive Methodist Chapel, near Matlock
Crich Primitive Methodist Chapel, near Matlock
Crich Primitive Methodist Chapel, near Matlock

The Primitive Methodist Chapel in Crich is on a steep narrow lane. It is a lovely example. In the village there were three chapels; the older Wesleyan (John preached there) Mount Tabor (Methodist) and the Primitive chapel. Now only the Wesleyan is still in use.

The Primitive chapel is being converted into a house and they have retained the gallery over the front door. Before that it was used as a motorbike workshop.

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  • Derbyshire Archives:

    Crich Trinity Primitive Methodist Church/Chapel, ref. D3729. DVD/301.

    Ripley Primitive Methodist Circuit,  Crich, etc., ref. D2192/JMM/43. 

    Forms of Title Deeds for settlement of chapels, school houses, etc., for use of The Primitive Methodists, ref. D161/BOX/4/103.

    Note: there may be other PM collections at the said archives.

    Regards,

    Raymond E.O.Ella, Cumberworth in Lincolnshire.

    By Raymond E.O.Ella (05/11/2017)

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