Sheffield Hoyle Street Primitive Methodist chapel

Sheffield Hoyle Street Primitive Methodist chapel
Primitive Methodist Magazine 1901/413
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Sheffield Hoyle Street Primitive Methodist chapel

For some years services were held in the Lancastrian School, in Gibraltar Street, and a Primitive Methodist society established, which, in 1860, built a good chapel in Hoyle Street. In 1901, new schools were constructed at a cost on £1.600

The chapel was located at the southern end of Hoyle Street, where it joined Jericho Street. It disappears from Ordnance Survey maps between 1935 and 1954.  The area has been completely redeveloped since.

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