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Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Netton, Durnford

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Netton, Durnford Date Photo Taken 2013
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A Methodist chapel at Netton received a meeting house certificate in 1812; it was probably Wesleyan and stood on the eastern side of the road at Netton Green. This was replaced by a new red-brick built on the western side of the road in 1895. It was still open in the 1970s but had closed by 1988.

In 1818 a house occupied by Richard Conduit in Durnford was licensed for Methodist worship.


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