The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Filey, North Yorkshire

Filey on Wikipedia.

Methodist Church (technically this is in East Yorkshire, as the boundary passes through the town). It stands at the junction of Union Street and Station Avenue, and was originally Wesleyan. TA 1168 8070. Bill Henderson. Another view, Karel Kuča (2019). Link.

Primitive Methodist Connexion (1870) on Union Street. TA 1170 8075. Alan Blacklock. David Regan advises that this has been converted into flats.

St. John the Evangelist on West Avenue. Two additional views - 1, 2. TA 1164 8049. All Howard Richter (2013). Link1. Link2 - "opened in 1873". Link3 - "opened in 1871", and that it replaced an iron church nearby, which dated from 1857.

St. Mary (R.C., 1905-6) on Brooklands. Two additional views - 1, 2. TA 1179 8037. All Howard Richter (2013). Link.

St. Oswald. TA 1178 8106. Bill Henderson. Grade I listed.

Three views of the Salvation Army hall on Mitford Street - 1, 2, 3. This site explains that the present building dates from 1974, the previous building on the same site (Albert Hall) having been used by the SA for many years following the departure from the Albert Hall by the Plymouth Brethren, who had had it since the late C19. Photo 3 in this entry shows a whitewashed wall of obviously older brickwork incorporated into the 1970's building, possibly a relic of the Albert Hall. TA 117 809. All Howard Richter (2013). Link1. Link2.




04 March 2023

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