Spalding St Thomas Road Primitive Methodist chapel

St Thomas Road Spalding PE11 2XX

1871 Spalding Primitive Methodist chapel | Keith Guyler
1871 Spalding Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler

The first Spalding Primitive Methodist chapel was at Malting House Square between 1821 and 1853. It was replaced by a chapel in The Crescent in 1853, which was in turn replaced by the Saint Thomas’s Road chapel in 1871.

The 1821 chapel was converted into a carpenters workshop. The Crescent chapel became a Temperance Hall and a Railway Mission.

The St Thomas’s Road chapel was altered in 1954. Windows from UMFC added 1955. It is still active e as Spalding Methodist church.


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  • Thanks for the update David

    By Christopher Hill (19/11/2018)
  • Sadly, it closed this year (2018) and the building sold.

    By David Secker (18/11/2018)

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