Ramsbottom Primitive Methodist chapel 1889

Bolton Street BL0 9JA

Ramsbottom Primitive Methodist chapel 1889

The Primitive Methodist magazine of 1889 contains a commendation of the Prim society for the laying of the memorial stones of a new chapel  with school room and classrooms at Ramsbottom. The commendation was because, although the substantial building would cost over £3,000, most of it had been raised by the stone laying.

A Primitive Methodist chapel is shown on the eastern side of Bolton Street, between Spring Street and Buchanan Street. It disappears from Ordnance Survey maps by 1964. There is a large house on the site on Street View.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1889 June page 380

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