Preston Primitive Methodist chapel
School Rd Preston Preston HU12 8US
Preston Primitive Methodists arranged a Camp Meeting on Maudlin Sunday 1820 in order to undermine the rowdy annual football match between Preston and the neighbouring settlement of Hedon. The chapel was opened n 1822, enlarged in 1858 and rebuilt in 1867. It was closed around 1955.
Keith Guyler’s photograph in 1999 shows a fish shop and on Google Street View in August 2010 it is a Chinese food takeaway. He also adds a note that says that the hall became a workshop in 1980. Is the building shown the hall rather than the chapel? Was the chapel on the left, which has now been demolished and built on?