Banningham Primitive Methodist chapel

Banningham Primitive Methodist chapel in the North Walsham circuit was opened on Christmas Day 1828 and the occasion was described by H Sharman in the Primitive Methodist Magazine. THe opening services were taken by Brother Batty.

Mr Rump (a respectable farmer) gave the land and the new chapel measured 18′(w) x 24′(l). 

The Norfolk family tree Forum locates Banningham Prim chapel on Mill Road and Street View shows a former chapel there now, as a holiday let.  I’m a little confused, as the 1885-6 1:2,500 Ordnance Survey map shows it as Wesleyan Reform. Was it sold? Was there another chapel?


Primitive Methodist Magazine 1829 page 104


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