Loughborough Nottingham Road Primitive Methodist chapel

Nottingham Road, LOUGHBOROUGH LE11 1EB

The 1911 Christian Messenger tells us:

“The Nottingham Road Church has just attained its majority. For a brief while the infant Society worshipped and wrought in a small building in Duke Street. In 1892 the Mission Hall and some class rooms were erected. Extension is urgently needed. School work is hampered for lack of suitable buildings. We have the necessary land, £300 in hand towards the building fund, and the time to “arise and build” must be drawing nigh. The Society is evangelistic in spirit and its members really love Class meetings. It also possesses a Brass Band, the members of which are all in the church, and given to spiritual and aggressive work”

The society has now joined with other Loughborough Methodist churches in Trinity Methodist church Centre.  The Nottingham Road building has since been demolished.

Reference

Christian Messenger 1911/92

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  • Leicester Record Office:

    Ref. N/M/207/323-336 (DE1948): Loughborough Methodist Circuit Records, includes Primitive Methodist, Nottingham Rd.,  Sunday School records, 1897-1932, then unification up to 1960.

    Ref. N/M/207/380-387 (DE2279): Primitive Methodist Marriage Registers from c.1911, Nottingham Road Chapel, Loughborough. 8 items.

    Ref. N/M/207/377 (DE2212): Notes of provenance of the plans of front of collection: to use with The George Chun’s Primitive Methodist Circuit Plans 1820-1894, Loughborough, etc.

    Kind regards,

    Ray & Marie (Mr. & Mrs. Ella), 

     

    By Raymond E.O.Ella (19/11/2017)

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