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Bath St Methodist church

Bath. St Methodist

Bath. St Methodist

The origins of Methodism in Lytham started from a cottage in Bath Street which was a licensed preaching house. In 1846 a chapel which could accommodate 200 worshippers was built in Bath Street by T.C. Hincksman but by 1868 this was not large enough to hold all the summer visitors and it was replaced in 1868 by much large premises on Park St.

It was subsequently used as the first Lytham Institute, a Masonic hall, an auction saleroom, an American Forces cafe, a health clinic and is now a solicitor's offices.

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Donut Dugout
early 1940s
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Donut Dugout
early 1940s
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Donut Dugout
early 1940s
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Bath. St Methodist
18 Dec 2003
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Bath St.Methodist
18 Dec 2003
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Blue Plaque
18 Dec 2003

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