North Frodingham Primitive Methodist chapel

Foston Lane, North Frodingham, DRIFFIELD, YO25 8JZ

former North Frodingham  Primitive Methodist chapel | Keith Guyler 2000
former North Frodingham Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 2000
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North Frodingham Primitive Methodists built a chapel in Foston Lane at the junction with North Townside Road in 1842 and registered it the next year. The  chapel was closed in 1954 and sold in 1956; part has been demolished and the rest was used as a workshop.  On Google Street View in August 2010 it has been demolished and replaced by a house.

The Primitive Methodist Sunday school at the junction of the street and Foston Lane in 1865 was used as a recreation room for the village in the mid 20th century, before being demolished

There was even a Friendly Society.  The Driffield branch of a Primitive Methodist preachers’ provident society was founded in fact at North Frodingham in 1856, had 27 members in 1866, but was discontinued in 1873. 


 Reference

Victoria County History- Yorkshire accessed April 10th 2015

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