West Ness (Yorkshire) chapel

West Ness (Yorkshire) Wesleyan chapel, 1836. Now a barn. Photographed June 2021.

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  • Sadly, no I didn’t, though I like to look inside closed-down chapels, even though the experience is always sad. Had the farmer been visible nearby, I would have asked. One chapel I looked in (Churton Primitive) still had the pulpit and it would have been easy to start holdings services there again. (Now it is a kitchen.)

    By David Young (01/10/2021)
  • Hi David,
    I just discovered this former Methodist chapel today whilst returning home from a day visit to North Yorkshire. Fascinating; did you by any chance have the opportunity to see inside? I wonder when it actually ceased to be a place of worship?

    Regards,
    Michael.

    By Michael Rimmer (17/09/2021)

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