Goole Primitive Methodist Church 1875

Carlisle St, North Humberside, DN14 5DU

added CH 2020

Carlisle Terrace chapel opened in 1875 with a schoolroom added in 1891. The buildings were demolished in 1962.

When the new schoolroom was opened in 1891 the old schoolroom became classrooms.

Carlisle Terrace was one of three  Primitive Methodist chapels in Goole, with Dunhill Road Mission added around 1900.  The first chapel was built in North Street in 1835 and remained in use until the end of the 19th century. The second was The Beulah Chapel, Old Goole, which was built 1865 and demolished in the early 1990s. Carlisle Terrace was the third.  The remaining Primitive Methodist building in Goole is the former Dunhill Road Mission.


Goole Civic Society (2012) A local list of heritage assets for the town of Goole: A proposal accessed online 06/04/2020 at

Primitive Methodist magazine 1890 November  page 699

postcard belonging to Steven Wild

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  • East Riding of Yorkshire Archives, Beverley:

    Ref. EMG/248/5: Jubilee Souvenir and Programme of Service at Carlisle Terrace Primitive Methodist Church (Chapel), 1875-1925, dates 28th August-21st September 1925.

    Ref. EMG/248: 63 items, to include photographs of Sunday School, etc., 1930-1932, 1933-1969, e.g., Tableaux c.1930, etc. Carlisle Terrace PM Chapel.

    Ref. EMG/44-49: Goole Carlisle (Primitive Methodist) Circuit Records, c.1880s-1932, 1933-1949. May have previously been within the Swinefleet PM Circuit. To view those records see ref. EMG/13-6 (16?).

    Ref. EMG/2/18/7: Photographs and newspaper cuttings, etc., of the late Miss E.M.Dews, relating to the PM Chapel, Carlisle Terrace, Goole, some items pre-unification.

    By Raymond E.O.Ella (03/06/2018)

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