The Churches of Britain and Ireland
Ampthill on Wikipedia.
is on Dunstable Street. It
has a date-stone which reads Union Chapel Erected 1822 Enlarged 1870.
The nearer part of the building, the Sunday School, is dated 1893. ©
Gerard Charmley (2021). The local Quaker congregation also meet
here. TL 0336 3780. Link
The Quakers previously met in a
House nearby, at TL 0339 3777. The access to the original
building was through an alleyway (with the white-painted gate) at left.
The Meeting Room (with
the tiled double-roof) now serves as a village hall. Both © Gerard Charmley (2021).
The Methodist Church
on Dunstable Street was built as Wesleyan. Another
old postcard view. TL 0338 3792.
Link. Both from old
postcards in Judy Flynn's Collection. A
modern view, © Gerard
A former Primitive Methodist Chapel
(1871) stands on Saunders Piece, at TL 0348 3772. It was seen by
Streetview in 2015.
Interior view. TL 0370 3826.
Both from old postcards in Judy Flynn's Collection.
Grade I listed. The War Memorial in the churchyard is listed as
A Strict Baptist Chapel
of 1904 stands on Oliver Street at circa TL 034 376. © Gerard Charmley
13 September 2021
© Steve Bulman