Little Driffield Primitive Methodist Chapel

Photo 1. Remains of former Little Driffield Primitive Methodist chapel | Keith Guyler 2000
Photo 1. Remains of former Little Driffield Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 2000
Photo 2. Little Driffield Primitive Methodist Chapel | By kind permission of the owner of Chapel House in 2009
Photo 2. Little Driffield Primitive Methodist Chapel
By kind permission of the owner of Chapel House in 2009
Photo 3. | E & R Pearce - August 2009
Photo 3.
E & R Pearce - August 2009
Photo 4. | E & R Pearce - August 2009
Photo 4.
E & R Pearce - August 2009
Photo 5. | By kind permission of the owner of Chapel House in 2009
Photo 5.
By kind permission of the owner of Chapel House in 2009

Little Driffield Primitive Methodist Chapel was built in 1878 (Colin Dews tells us that the architect was W Petch) but was derelict by 1989. The remains of the wall in Keith Guyler’s Photo 1 is possibly the right hand boundary wall of Little Driffield Chapel (arrowed) in Photo 2. The double garage in Photo 3 & 4 was where the chapel once stood. Photo 5 is a copy of the ‘Consent to the Erection of a Building.’ The Chapel Society would have needed the consent to erect the wooden lean-to shed on the left of the chapel in Photo 2.

OS Map Ref:99:TA008580 

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