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The Methodist Church, Great Crakehall

The Methodist Church, Great Crakehall
Crakehall Methodist Church stands on the southern side of Station Road, overlooking the green in Great Crakehall. It seems that the chapel here was built as a Primitive Methodist Chapel for the tiny hamlet of Little Crakehall, which lies immediately to the north-west, across Crakehall Beck. It was erected in 1897, when Little Crakehall consisted of nothing but a few houses. The area has expanded since then, with considerably more housing being erected. [The History Files]

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The Methodist Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE2437489867

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