Doncaster; Bentley Rd Primitive Methodist chapel

Bentley Rd, Bentley, Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN5 9TG

Richard Jennings
former Doncaster Bentley Rd Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1998

The Bentley Road, Doncaster, Primitive Methodist chapel in Keith Guyler’s picture was opened in 1899 and closed in the 1980s.  It is located on Bentley Road, the A19, further south of the Bentley Primitive Methodist chapel (see here).  By the time of Keith Guyler’s photograph in 1998 it had become an evangelical church and on Google Street View in August 2012 it was in use as Mount Hermon Community Church, which continues in 2015.


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  • The Builder, vol. 76, page 395, is. 2933, Doncaster, April 22, 1899 :

    A Primitive Methodist Chapel is in the course of erection on Bentley-Road, Doncaster. Mssrs. Athron & Beck are the architects. The building includes a school-chapel 50ft. by 30ft., two class-rooms and a tea-room, each 18ft. by 13ft., a store-room and a heating-room. The front of the edifice will be of pressed bricks relieved by stone. Mssrs. C. Sprakes & Son are the builders.
    On same page a mention of a new build in Douglas, Isle of Man; posted also today.

    By Raymond E. O. Ella (22/08/2021)
  • Thanks to Howard Richter for unscrambling previous confusion between this chapel and Bentley Primitive Methodist chapel

    By Christopher Hill (24/03/2019)

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