Dukinfield Primitive Methodist chapel

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The opening of the first Dukinfield Primitive Methodist chapel, in the Oldham circuit, is recorded by Samuel Atterby in the Primitive Methodist magazine.  The chapel was located at on the corner of Princess Street and what was later called Foundry Street..

It opened at Christmas 1836, with services being held on Sunday, Monday and Friday 25th 26th 30th December. and, to celebrate the new year, on & Sunday 1st January. Preachers were on the 25th Bro J Flesher, 25th and 26th  Bro S Atterby, 30th F N Jersey & January 1st Bro James Garner Bro S Chapman.

The new chapel measured 30′(w) x 36′(l) and was galleried on 3 sides.

C Hindley Esq. MP gave £20 and his lady the same. She also collected subscriptions. A Sunday school was connected with the chapel

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1837 / 387

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