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Methodist Chapel, Sinderhope

Now converted for a private residence, the Primitive Methodist Jubilee Chapel in Sinderhope was built in 1860. It is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Sinderhope Historic Buildings and Monuments in Allendale Civil Parish Private Residence 1860
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Sinderhope Methodist Chapel, Allendale

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Sinderhope (Jubilee) Primitive Methodist Chapel
- "The present building was erected in 1860 After the 'Great Strike' of 1849 Methodist membership in the Allendale Circuit decreased. The reduction in numbers was not entirely due to the …

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- "Chapel (Primitive Methodist) dated 1860 above door. Squared stone, rusticated ashlar quoins and door and window surrounds. Slate roof, later brick gable stacks. Simple rectangular plan, built onto a steep …

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Sinderhope Methodist Chapel (Pioneer Christian Youth Hostel)
- A memory shared by David Armstrong , on May 7th, 2013. "In about 1973 an 'interdenominational' group of dedicated visionary young people, many from Tyneside Youth for Christ (Elim Church), …

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List number: 1042947
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY8442352443


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