Northwood Primitive Methodist chapel

Northwood Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1984

Ramsgate Northwood Primitive Methodist chapel was opened in 1846.  From 1892 it was used by the Wesleyan Methodists.  It closed in 1988.

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  • The Chapel became the Thanet and District Reform Synagogue . It still looks much the same from the outside, but there are plans to modernise the building.
    see https://tdrs.org.uk/
    It has not burnt down

    I was part of the Sunday school from 1960 until 1972

    By margaret gee (08/02/2021)
  • I think it subsequently burnt down. My dad often preached here, and on the occasion I accompanied him (probably in the mid 1970s) he also played for them on their harmonium. Despite having to do all the work I think he still stuck to the five hymn sandwich!

    At that time there were at least six nonconformist places of worship in Ramsgate: three Methodist, Baptist, Congregationalist (dated from the Great Ejection of 1662) and Presbyterian – now everyone from those traditions worships in Hardres Street United Church (see My Wesleyans and My Methodists).

    By Philip Thornborow (14/05/2019)

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