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Broughton Moor Methodist Church


The Methodist Church on Seaton Road in Broughton Moor was built in 1903.[1] The church closed as a place of worship in December 2008. In 2009 it was noted that the Methodist Circuit still owned the building, but it was now in use as a pre-school nursery.[2

Broughton Moor Former Church 1903
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Broughton Moor Methodist Chapel

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Broughton Moor Methodist Chapel

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Broughton Moor Methodist Chapel

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Broughton Moor Methodist Chapel: Closed to services, now a pre-school

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Broughton Moor Methodist Chapel: Closed to services, now a pre-school

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Broughton Moor Methodist Chapel: Closed to services, now a pre-school

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Methodist Chapel Broughton Moor

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Broughton Moor (Wyndham Row) Wesleyan Chapel, Cumberland
- "Land adjacent to a rented preaching place fronting onto the road to Seaton was acquired and in 1902 plans were drawn up for the construction of a new chapel. The ...

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