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Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, Newmarket, Louth



Reference Name MLI99209

Name:
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, Newmarket, Louth

Summary:
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, Newmarket, Louth. Now in use as flats.

Location:
LOUTH, EAST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
A Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built on Newmarket in 1849 to seat 278. The building was converted for use as a Wesleyan Sunday school c.1860. By the 1970s it was in use as a theatre, and remained so until 2005, when it was converted into flats. The building has been heavily altered, with an entirely new frontage and roof. The building is of red brick but none of the original windows, doors or dressings survive. {1}{2}{3}{4}{5}

Sources:
1 Map: Ordnance Survey. 1902-1906. 25 Inch Ordnance Survey County Series Map - Second Edition. 48/14
2 Bibliographic reference: Shepherdson, C.. 2010. A List and Brief Details of Chapels in the Louth Circuit, Past and Present. p.2
3 Internet Web Site: Landmark Information Group. 2007. Old Maps. www.old-maps.co.uk. Accessed 5/13
4 Digital archive: Lincolnshire County Council. 2013. GIS layer depicting locations and survival of nonconformist chapels in East Lindsey. Louth
5 Bibliographic reference: Ambler, R.W.. 1979. Lincolnshire Returns of the Census of Religious Worship, 1851. No.992, p.183

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