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Primitive Methodist Chapel, Ingleton

The Methodist Chapel in Ingleton, County Durham, closed, following a final service on 11th August, 2013. Ingleton was County Durham’s first seat of Primitive Methodism - the movement founded by William Clowes and Hugh Bourne. Clowes first preached in Ingleton in 1820, at the invitation of John Emerson (village grocer) and William Young (village joiner).[1] The present chapel building dates from 1907.

Ingleton Former Church
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Ingleton : Primitive Methodist Chapel 1907.

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Ingleton chapel

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Methodist Church, Ingleton

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Ingleton falls
- Northern Echo: 13th August, 2013. "INGLETON Methodist church, between Darlington and Staindrop, held its final service on Sunday. Sometimes these much-loved little chapels seem like rabbits in an ecclesiastical cornfield, …

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