Dyehouse Primitive Methodist Chapel Hexham Northumberland

This chapel was built in 1865

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

Dye House: Return from the Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship
transcribed by David Tonks

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