Nottingham Morley Memorial Primitive Methodist chapel

Blue Bell Hill, Nottingham NG3 2QD

Morley Memorial Primitive Methodist chapel

Morley Memorial Primitive Methodist chapel was  built in 1889 at the junction of Pym Street and Blue Bell Hill in Nottingham.

The foundation stones were laid on Tuesday 6 November 1888 by the Mayor of Nottingham, Alderman Turney and Alderman Manning with the chapel opening on 20 October 1889.  It was designed by Richard Charles Sutton, seated 700  and cost £2,000.

Richard Charles Sutton also designed the Sunday school premises, the memorial stones of which were laid in 1891.. Costing £1,200, it included large lecture hall and ante room on the ground floor with the main school room and classrooms on the first floor. The cost was to be around £1,200

The church closed in 1942 and the building was sold to Boots in Nottingham and used as a warehouse until it was demolished in 1972.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine December 1891 page 759

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