Dyehouse Primitive Methodist Chapel Hexham Northumberland

This chapel was built in 1865

Dyehouse Primitive Methodist Chapel Hexham Northumberland
Dyehouse Primitive Methodist Chapel Hexham Northumberland
Dyehouse Primitive Methodist Chapel Hexham Northumberland
Dyehouse Primitive Methodist Chapel Hexham Northumberland

Dyehouse is in a rural area on the south side of Hexham. It was once the site of camp meetings before a chapel was built here in 1830. In 1865 it was rebuilt. The building sits on the bank of Devil’s Water a tributary of the River Tyne.

In August 2015 the chapel is no longer open for worship and has been converted into a dwelling now known as ‘The Riverside Chapel’.

Photos taken August 2015

OS Map Ref:87:NY936584

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