Bleasby Primitive Methodist chapel

Bleasby Primitive Methodist chapel

The 1879 Primitive Methodist magazine records  the laying of the foundation stones for a “neat little” Primitive Methodist chapel at Bleasby in the Newark station.

The 1880 Primitive Methodist magazine tells us that “a convenient little chapel” has been opened  at Bleasby in the Newark station.

I could not see a Primitive Methodist chapel on late Nineteenth century Ordnance Survey maps of Bleasby.  Thanks to Felicity in the comment below for identifying its location.  Can anyone provide a photograph?

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1880 page 58

Primitive Methodist magazine 1879 page 700

Comments about this page

  • Thanks Felicity for the information. I took a stroll along Station Road on Street View to track down the location and have added the information to the page.

    By Christopher Hill (19/11/2020)
  • Bleasby Primitive Methodist. chapel was on Station Road. It is now a house. I. the 1990s when I was growing up it was used by an evangelical church which I believe s now called Riverside Christian Fellowship. They later outgrew the premises and met in village halls.

    I don’t have any pictures, but I. an email you screenshots from Google Earth to help you locate it.

    By Felicity Morton (18/11/2020)

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