The Churches of Britain and Ireland
|St. Neots, Cambridgeshire
The former Eaton Socon Methodist Church on Great North Road is now residential. It was originally Wesleyan. TL 1692 5859. Its grade II listing dates it to circa 1850, and includes the odd comment "Included for curiosity value". © Janet Gimber (2019).
The former Gospel Hall on New Street is now in commercial use. It pre-dates the 25" O.S. map of 1901. TL 1831 6050. © Janet Gimber (2019).
Open Door Church Centre on St. Neots Road. Janet wasn't sure whether this was used for services, or was just an office for the church. Can you advise? © Janet Gimber (2019).
River Church meets in the Eaton (Community) Centre on The Maltings. © Janet Gimber (2019).
Spiritualist Church meets in the St Neots & District Voluntary Welfare Association Community Centre on Church Walk. © Janet Gimber (2019).
The site of a vanished Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, off Huntingdon Street. A photo of it is available here, where it says it was demolished in the 1960's, and another source dates it to a re-build of 1868 of an earlier chapel of 1794. TL 1851 6038. © Janet Gimber (2019).
07 February 2021
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