Barley Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lancashire

1825-1912

These photos were taken 2 weeks ago in the village of Barley, near Pendle Hill in Lancashire. They show the current Methodist chapel originally built in 1910 as a Primitive Methodist Chapel. The keyholder allowed us free access to the chapel and also told us about an earlier chapel built lower in the village which is now apparently the Village Hall. The foundation stone of this building is now a step to the front door of the village hall but still clearly shows the date 26th July 1884 and the benefactor’s name. The white foundation stone can be found in the current Chapel and appears to be from an even earlier chapel

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