Stone Rows Primitive Methodist chapel

Stone Rows, Donisthorpe

former Donisthorpe Stone Rows Primitive Methodist chapel

This chapel appears on Ordnance Survey maps in 1885.  By 1961 it has become Moira Road Methodist church. It disappears after 1967.

The exact location of the chapel is not obvious on Google Street View. Paul comments: I note at least four sites within that area that have a style I would consider in being of a style associated with the styles we find for Chapel buildings. This sadly would need to be clarified by a set of eyes on the ground.


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  • My Father, the late Rev’d Jack Charlton, was Minister of this chapel from 1957 to 1963. I recall it had a very fine pipe organ. My father was very fond of Handel’s Entry of the Queen of Sheba, and loved to hear it played by organist Norma. I remember also that not many years after Jack moved Circuits, the Chapel had to be closed and the congregation moved down the road to worship in the then Schoolroom (now Lewis Charlton College – no relation!).

    By Tod Charlton (18/05/2019)

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