The Churches of Britain and Ireland

  Doncaster, South Yorkshire

Doncaster on Wikipedia.


Churches in Bentley, Edlington (Old and New).

The former Balby Road Methodist Church, built as Primitive Methodist in 1868 (date-stone). It closed in 2008. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3. SE 5675 0175. All Howard Richter (2014).

Baptist Church (1906) on Chequer Road. Another view. To its left stands its predecessor, of circa 1890, which date is based on its 125th anniversary - see here. However, Genuki implies a date of between 1893 and 1899. SE 580 029. All Howard Richter (2015). Link.

Carr House Wesley Methodist Church. James Murray.

Christ Church (1827-9). SE 580 033. Graeme Harvey. An illustration from an old tin, in Christopher Skottowe's Collection. Grade II* listed.

Church of Good Prophecy. James Murray.

Hall Gate U.R.C. (1804, enlarged and altered in 1874). SE 578 032. Graeme Harvey. Grade II listed.

The former Nether Hall Methodist Church, now flats. James Murray.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Mary Magdalene (R.C.). Graeme Harvey. Interior view, Mike Forbester.

Priory Methodist Church. SE 5743 0315. Graeme Harvey. Grade II listed.

St. Aidan at Wheatley. Graeme Harvey.

St. Andrew (Methodist). Graeme Harvey.

St. George, inaugurated as a Minster in 2004. SE 574 036. Bill Henderson. Another view, interior view, and the font, all Kenneth Paver. Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade I listed, and from which we learn that it's a Sir George Gilbert Scott church of 1854-8, replacing the medieval church, which was destroyed in a fire in 1853.

St. James. SE 572 028. Bill Henderson. Grade II listed.

St. Mary at Wheatley. SE 581 040. Bill Henderson. Interior view, Kenneth Paver (2011). Grade II listed.

St. Peter-in-Chains (R.C.) on Chequer Road. Interior view. Both Mike Forbester. Link.

The former Trinity Presbyterian Church (circa 1890) on Wood Street. Another view. Architect's drawings are held by Doncaster Archives. SK 5777 0313. Both Howard Richter (2016).

Unitarian Free Church. Graeme Harvey. Link.

Wheatley Park Baptist Church. Graeme Harvey.
 

Edlington (Old and New)
The Methodist Church in New Edlington seems to be no longer in use for worship. It was built as Primitive Methodist in 1924. SK 5385 9900. All Bill Henderson.
Orthodox Church of St Columba and St Kentigern on Staveley Street, New Edlington. This church had previously been St. Mary's (R.C.), and is shown as such on a 1982-3 O.S. map. See also the entry for St. Mary (below). Interior view. SK 538 993. Both Mike Forbester. Link.
St. John the Baptist on Main Avenue, New Edlington, was built in the early C20 in response to the growing population attracted by employment in the local coal mine. SK 537 990. Bill Henderson. Link.
St. Mary (R.C.) on Hazel Road, New Edlington was a replacement for the previous church on Staveley Street (see Orthodox Church (above). SK 536 988. Bill Henderson. Link.
St. Peter at Old Edlington is now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. SK 5325 9725. Bill Henderson. Another view, James Murray. Another view, and a Norman door surround, both Kenneth Paver. Link. Grade I listed.

 

 
 

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05 November 2017

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