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Bourne Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)



Reference Name Meth/C/Bourne

The first chapel was built in 1812 on a site on Abbey Road standing back from the street; it was retained for use as a Sunday School from 1842.
A new chapel was built facing Abbey Road in front of the old one in 1842.
A new church hall was opened in 1965 following the demolition of the 1812 chapel.
The 1842 chapel was extensively altered and re-opened in 1995.

The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
Grantham Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1812-1837
Bourne Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1837-1932
Bourne Methodist Circuit 1932-2008
South Lincolnshire Circuit 2008-

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