Ramsbottom Primitive Methodist chapel

Ramsbottom Primitive Methodist chapel in the Bolton Circuit was opened on 1/09/1833 – but as the day was so wet the opening day was repeated once everything had dried out. The event was described by S Tillotson.

The fund for the new chapel was started by a gentleman with £20 and he let the society have the land at one penny per yard chief rent.  The chapel measured 24′(w) x 30′(l) x 21′(h).

The Sunday school had 150 members.

Where was the chapel and what happened to it?


Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1834 p.112

 

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