This Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and Sunday School was designed in 1864, by William Botterill of Hull. It was built of Yellow Farlesthorpe brick with ashlar dressings, banded blue and green slate roofs, and opened on Good Friday 14th April 1865. The chapel was built to seat 650.
When listed, in 1985, it contained contemporary pews and fittings.
The chapel is now a furniture store, and the Sunday School has become the church. It is still open for worship. The photograph shows the chapel in 1993.
Grid reference: TF447457
Reference: The eleventh annual report of the Wesleyan Chapel Committee, 1865 page 109