Blackpool Methodists - Kelly's Directory 1924

Publication: 1924 Kelly’s Directory (Lancashire)

Page: 194

The Primitive Methodist Chapel in Chapel Street, erected in 1883, will seat 300 persons.

The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Rawcliffe Street, South Shore, opened in 1889, is in the Gothic style; there are memorial windows to Francis Parnell and others, and sittings for 700 persons.

1924 cutting from Kellys's Directory about Methodist chapels in Blackpool

Page: 194

There is a small Wesleyan Methodist chapel at Marton Moss Side, erected in 1872, at a cost of £300, and seating 150 persons.

1924 cutting from Kelly's Directory about Marton Methodist Chapel

Page: 198

United Methodist, Adelaide Street Circuit. Rev. Walter Martin Simm (supt) & Rev. Alan T. Dale, Rev. John Taylor, Rev. E. F. Ford, Rev. Henry Gaunt, Rev. James H. Heywood, Rev. J. Billington & Rev. William Francis, supernumeraries.

Adelaide St; seats 800.

Shaw Road, South Shore, Rev. Josiah Turner

Wesleyan Methodist. Rev. Joseph Whitehead (supt) & Rev. H. E. Bennett & Rev. Owen Roberts, supernumeraries.

Adelaide Street, South Shore; Raikes Parade; Dickson Road, North Shore; Highfield Avenue, South Shore & Marton Free Christian, Waterloo Road.

1924 cutting from Kellys's Directory about Methodist churches in Blackpool
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