Beeston Primitive Methodist chapel

Wollaton Road, Beeston, NG9 2NG

Christian Messenger 1908/153
Beeston Primitive Methodist chapel

The 1882 Primitive Methodist magazine tells us the foundation stone for a new Primitive Methodist chapel and school has been laid at Beeston, in the Nottingham First station.

The chapel would accommodate 320 and cost £1,200.

You can read a full account of the development of Beeston Primitive Methodist chapel on the Beeston Methodist church website.

The chapel was located on Wollaton Street. Street View shows it for sale in March 2019.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1882 page 637

Beeston Methodist church website, accessed April 12th 2020 at http://www.beestonmethodist.church/history/history-of-wollaton-road-methodist-church/humble-beginnings/

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  • The building is now under offer and has been taken off the market. To promote the sale the agent produced an excellent set of photographs which may be seen online. They depict both the exterior and the interior of the building and show that the interior underwent a thorough modernisation (?1960s/1970s). Avery good try but now looking rather dated. A more recent development was the landscaping and planting of the strip of land running alongside the building. The best feature of the site.

    By G W Oxley (05/12/2021)

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