Saltburn by the Sea Primitive Methodist Church

North Yorkshire

Saltburn by the Sea Primitive Methodist chapel
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Added by CH Feb 2019

The opening of Saltburn by the Sea Primitive Methodist chapel is described by H Pratt in the Primitive Methodist magazine of July 1866. Opening celebrations started on April 1st 1866.

The Architect was Mr Watt and the land given by the Earl of Zetland.  Preachers at the opening included Rev W Clemitson, Rev H Pratt, Rev J Spoor, W Seymour. Significant donors were named as J and JW Pease, the Earl of Zetland, Head & Ashby, J Bell, Messers Gilks, Wilson, E Pease and J Hartas.

The new chapel measured 44′ x 37′ and seated 250. I cost £400 of which £220 had been raised by the opening.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine of July 1866 page 432

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