Hatfield Primitive Methodist chapel

Station Road Hatfield DONCASTER DN7 6PY

Hatfield Primitive Methodist chapel | Keith Guyler 1999
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The Primitive Methodist chapel on Station Road, Hatfield, was opened in 1835 and closed in the 1960s.  At the time of Keith Guyler’s photograph in 1999 and on Google Street View in 2009 it was the headquarters of the 68th Doncaster Hatfield  Scouts. Susan Lloyd, one of the section leaders, tells us in February 2020  that it still houses the  scout group. 

Susan also confirms that, despite what  this page originally said, it is not grade II listed building.

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  • Thanks to Susan Lloyd for corrections to the information on this page:
    “I have been shown the information on Hatfield Methodist chapel and need to inform you it is incorrect.

    To my knowledge, via the town council Clark, the building is not listed.

    I can also inform you that it most certainly is not a private dwelling now nor has it ever been, but it still houses 68th Doncaster Hatfield scout group. I am a current section leader!”

    By Christopher Hill (14/02/2020)
  • East Riding of Yorkshire Archives, Beverley:

    Ref. zMRH: Hornsea Methodist Circuit Records, to include (Ref. zMRH/19) Hornsea Primitive Methodist Circuit Records, 1844-1932, etc., included in PM Chapels is Hatfield PM Chapel, built 1862, enlarged 1901.

    By Raymond E.O.Ella (08/04/2018)

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