Basingstoke (George Street)
My study of the Wesleyan movement in the Basingstoke area stretches (at present) from 1738 to 1875, and George Street is not mentioned before that date. I have heard that it started life as the Railway Mission, and came into the hands of the Wesleyans later. In 1944 – which was before the amalgamation with the Primitive Methodist Circuit was effected – it is on the Wesleyan plan as having an evangelistic service every Sunday evening.
I was sent to Sunday School there in the 1950s, but it has subsequently been closed down. The sister website which relates post-1932 Methodist reminiscences contains a post about it.