Park Hall, Huyton - Congregational
Huyton Hey Rd,
The original Huyton Chapel was in Pinnington Place, built to seat 220 to 230 people and opened in June 1836, it was succeeded by the much larger church built in 1856 of stone from the nearby Huyton Quarry. The growing congregation transferred to the new, larger United Reformed Church and the old church, renamed Park Hall continued to be used as a day school until the early 1930's when the school moved to new modern premises in St John's Road, it then became a community hall, hosting dances for the local people until it closed and was sold in 1986. Presently "to let".
In 1972 the Congregational church joined with the English Presbyterian church to become the United Reformed Church.
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