Building Name

Free Methodist Church Duke Street Southport

1878 - 1879
Duke Street
Lancashire, England
New Build
James Cheetham of Southport

 NEW METHODIST CHAPEL & SCHOOLS, SOUTHPORT - These new buildings have been erected on a site at the corner of Duke Street and King Street. They are in the Italian style, and the walls are built of the best Burnley parpoints and Cefn ashlar dressings, backed with common brickwork. Accommodation is provided for 750 persons in the church and 200 scholars in the school. Vestries, classrooms etc. are provided. The cost of the whole of the woorks was £6,200. Mr James Cheetham of Southport was the contractor.[British Architect 10 October 1879. Supplement Page ix]

Converted to Masonic Hall. "Large facade, dignified and not at all run-of-the mill. Italianate detail" Pevsner Page 232

Reference    Pevsner Page 232
Reference    British Architect 10 October 1879. Supplement Page ix