Wootton Primitive Methodist chapel

Tiptoe Road, Wootton

Wootton Primitive Methodist chapel | Keith Guyler 1991
Wootton Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1991
Return from Wootton Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship | Provided by David Tonks
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In his 1864 The history of the Primitive Methodist connexion, page 445 John Petty describes how a Primitive Methodist chapel was erected in Wootton after a preacher visited the hamlet in 1843 and “converted a number of sinners . . . and formed a society of nine members.”

At the tiime of Keith Guyler’s photograph in 1990 the chapel was disused.

The chapel building still survives and is a red brick structure with a slate roof on Tiptoe Road.  Google Street View in 2011 shows it as unloved and waiting for a use.

Reference:

John Petty, (1864), The history of the Primitive Methodist connexion, page 445

 

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  • Thank you Martin, I have moved it into Hampshire!

    By Geoff Dickinson (19/07/2019)
  • I can offer no further information at present about this chapel except to say that it is in Hampshire and not Dorset !The postcode is BH25 5SJ

    By Martin REEVES (19/07/2019)

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