Snainton Primitive Methodist chapel

Station Road, Snainton, Scarborough YO13 9AP

Snainton Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1992

Snainton Primitive Methodist chapel in Station Road, was built in 1868. It was closed in the 1950s.  The former Wesleyan chapel further down Station Road continues to operate in April 2015.

At the time of Keith Guyler’s photograph in 1992 and on Google Street View in 2011 it is shown as a carpentry workshop run by FA Stockill & Son.

Thanks to Pat Donnor for providing the attached document taken from the booklet “Snainton Methodist Church: The Story of Methodism in Snainton 1764-1995”; written to mark the Centenary of the present church 18th October 1995, by David Boulter, with the help of Pam Sellers, Evelyn Stockill and Alan Ledgard.

It is added to this website by permission from Snainton Church and from Alan Legard’s son.


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  • I’ve added an extract from a booklet telling the history of the chapel. The extract has been provided by Pat Donnor. Thanks Pat.

    By Christopher Hill (27/09/2023)

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