Headon cum Upton

derelict interior
Picture taken in 1932

We believe this was a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the village of Headon cum Upton in Nottinghamshire

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  • Headon and Upton co-operated in 1833 to build the Wesleyan chapel, at a cost of £108.
    In 1851 we are told that the average attendance at church was 70, while that at chapel was 60, out of a population of 268.

    By Janet Landon (21/04/2023)
  • This chapel was built in 1834 in a convenient position between Headon and Upton.

    By Adrian Gray (21/04/2023)

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