Park Methodist Church, Middlesbrough


The former Park Methodist Church is located on the corner of Linthorpe Road and Ayresome Street, near Albert Park in Middlesbrough. The Wesleyan church was built 1903 - 1905 by W.J. Morley & Son (Bradford), and has a distinctive copper-domed tower.[1] The church closed in 1994 and then in 1997 the building became The Temple pub, but this closed after three years. In 2005 planning permission was granted to convert the building into 22 apartments.[2] The building is Grade II listed. 

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Park Methodist Church, Middlesbrough

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Park Methodist Church as was

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Park Methodist Church, Middlesbrough

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Former church set to be flats
- Evening Gazatte, 3rd February, 2005. "A former Middlesbrough Church is to be converted into apartments. Middlesbrough Council's planning committee has granted consent for the 100-year-old Park Methodist Church in ...

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PARK METHODIST CHURCH - Middlesbrough - List Entry
- "Park Methodist Church. G.V. II Wesleyan church 1903/05 by W.J. Morley & Son (Bradford). Red brick with painted terracotta dressings. Welsh slate roofs; copper-domed north-west tower. Disoriented, terms used are ritual. North-west and south-west towers, nave with transepts ...

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