Building Name

Primitive Methodist Chapel & School. Queens Road, Bootle

Queen's Road
Bootle, Liverpool
Merseyside, England
New Build
Thomas Bridge of Burscough

BOOTLE - On the 17th ult. the memorial stones of a new Primitive Methodist Sunday-school buildings, in Queen’s-road, Bootle, were laid. The foundation-stone of a new chapel adjoining was laid a short time back by Mr. VV. P. Hartley. The designs for the chapel and schools are thirteenth-century Gothic, and the buildings are of brick, with stone frontings. The chapel will seat 400, and the school 300, and the amount of the contract is £2,600. The builder is Mr. Thomas Bridge, of Burscough, and Messrs. Maxwell, Tuke, and Hurst, of Southport, are the architects.

Won in limited competition. Memorial Stone for school laid 17 September 1883

Reference    British Architect 10 November 1882 Page 534
Reference    Builder 6 October 1883 page 470