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The Methodist Church in Bournemouth met in various temporary premises until their first proper church was established in the s between the Tregonwell Arms and Southbourne Terrace, in what is now Old Christchurch Rd, just up from the Square. In the s a grand new church building was erected on Richmond Hill, on the corner of what is now Post Office Rd, which, if you Views: K. Punshon Memorial Methodist Church. Jubilee souvenir. Date of coverage Reference number CHS Access Visit Archive. License Attribution Non-Commercial CC BY-NC. Subject. Churches () Place. Bournemouth () Format. Booklet () Search the archive. Go to the search page. Browse by subject. Book () Booklet ( Punshon Memorial Wesleyan Methodist Church, Bournemouth This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection. The first recorded Methodist services in Bournemouth took place over some workshops in Orchard Street, in , conducted by lay preachers from the Poole Circuit. They soon transferred to the Belle Vue Assembly Rooms, in the hotel by the Pier. The Quarterly Meeting of the Poole Circuit, in June, , resolved to find a location for a chapel and, three years later, opened a temporary chapel in Views: K.
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