Ten Mile Bank Primitive Methodist chapel

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Ten Mile Bank Primitive Methodist chapel | Keith Guyler 1988
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Keith Guyler 1988
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The  first Ten Mile Bank Primitive Methodist chapel in the Upwell circuit  opened on Sunday 26th July 1835. Speakers at the opening included Mrs Olphin, Mrs Moss and James Garner, who reported the occasion in the Primitive Methodist magazine. He describes it as a steady society with a prosperous Sunday school. It measured 18′(w) x 30′(l).

The Ten Mile Bank Primitive Methodist chapel in Keith Guyler’s picture dates from 1878.

It served until the 1970s. At the time of Keith Guyler’s photograph in 1988  it was unused.

On Google Street View in 2008 – 2011 it is still disused. It was auctioned in February 2012 and in 2015 it has been demolished and you can buy the site for £65,000.

location: TL 963970

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1837 page 420

 

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  • The architect was J. Kerridge.
    The builders were W. & T. L. Bennett.

    Information taken from one of the foundation stones laid by W. H. Rose.

    By Steve Rayner (22/12/2018)

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