Scarborough Gladstone Road Primitive Methodist chapel

Gladstone Road Scarborough YO12 7BH

Scarborough Gladstone Road Primitive Methodist chapel
Handbook of the Primitive Methodist Conference 1925; Englesea Brook Museum

The foundation stones for Scarborough Gladstone Road Primitive Methodist chapel were laid in April, 1881, and later in the same year the building was opened for divine service. It seated 400 persons and cost £1,720.

It has disappeared from Ordnance Survey maps by 1987.  The site is now occupied by sheltered housing.

 

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  • Later, May 1881.
    …………………………….
    The Builder, vol. 40, issue 1996, page 589, May 7th, 1881:
    Scarborough.- The memorial stones of new Sunday-schools and class-room for the Primitive Methodist body situated in Gladstone-road have been laid. The schools, which are being built by Mr. Jaram, builder and Mr. Petch are brick with stone facings.

    By Raymond E. O. Ella (12/09/2021)

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