Waddingham Primitive Methodist chapel

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Waddingham Primitive Methodist chapel' page

postcard belonging to Steven Wild

Photo:the 1865 Sunday school at Waddingham Primitive Methodist chapel

the 1865 Sunday school at Waddingham Primitive Methodist chapel

Keith Guyler 1996

location of Waddingham Primitive Methodist chapel

Silver Street Waddingham DN21 4SJ

By Christopher Hill

The first Waddingham Primitive Methodist chapel dates from 1835.

This building was replaced by a new chapel on the same site in 1859 and a Sunday school added in 1865. The 1859 opening was described in the Primitive Methodist magazine by E Tyas, one of the preachers at the opening which started on 31st July 1859. Other speakers were J Garton (Hull) and A Beanland (Lincoln). Mr Hollingsworth supervised the work; Mrs Dawber was very generous in her donation. The chapel cost £177.

This chapel was demolished in 1992 because repairs were too costly and the former schoolroom was converted into a chapel.

The cross which hangs in the current chapel was made using timbers from the 1859 chapel.

It is still active in 2015


Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine November 1859 page 684

 

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 19/09/2015.
Comments about this page

Mrs Dawber was a generous donor when the chapel was built.  I've added information on the 1859 opening.

By Christopher Hill
On 08/11/2017

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