Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1892 – 1983 (2)

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Altar 1983

Title Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Date 1983
Location Yeadon
Photo ID B217
Comment View of the Altar and choir stalls, on the right is the Roll of Honour for members of the congregation who fought in the First World War.
Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1983

B217 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

The Lords Prayer done in fretwork.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

B171 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

This chapel was situated on Dibb Lane and closed in 1983.
Above the Altar were a trio of stained glass windows erected as a memorial, this one was on the left facing South.
The wording is part of a dedication which was spread across the three windows the entire message was:
“To the Glory of God and in Loving memory of the boys of this Church and Sunday School who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1919. This window is given by John Albert Rhodes, Micklefield House, Rawdon and Thompson Houlden Waite, Warren House, Yeadon”.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1983

B172 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

Central stained glass memorial window.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1983

B173 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

This memorial window was on the right.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel War Memorial 1983

B174 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

Central section of a war memorial honouring the fallen of the 1914-1918 war.
It has a scroll above the names of the men which reads:
“The following members of this congregation and Sunday School served in the Great War 1914-1919” (the Armistice was declared on November 11th 1918).
The names are as follows:
B Anderson, H Baggs, W Bailey, E Baldwin, H Broadbent, A Brown, G T Brown, J P Brown, F Clapham, W Clayton, P Colley, C Coultas, R Craven, W Denison, B Downs, C Exley, W Fieldhouse, O Firth, W Fletcher, A Fulton, C Gill, G Haigh,
G C Hancock, R Hancock, W P Hancock, S Hardaker, C E Harrison, S Hatton, L Haxby, E R Hobson, E Hogg, R Hogg, W Howard, J Hudson, H Hull, E Kitchen, R Kitchen, J Lamont, A Mallinson, E Mason, W Mason, W Neilson, H Norfolk, A D Peate, F, Rawling R Rhodes,W Rhodes, F Roo, S Roo, C Shires, E Sladen, L Slater, I Smith, E Steel, A Varley, F Vine, J Vine, J Walker, S Ward, T Wardle,
W Wardle, A Watkinson, J White, A Wigginton, J Wild, A Worcestor, J Young.

The central panel is titled:
“These Have Made The Supreme Sacrifice” and lists the fallen men:
C Bailey, L Bould, I H Brown, J Clapham, A Exley, J C Hancock, C Hill, J W Hill, C R Hobson, I Kitchen, E Rawling, G Rawling G Smith, M Towers, W Towers, H Vaughan, W Vaughan, H Wild.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1983

B175 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

This is the left section of the war memorial.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1983

B176- Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

This is the right section of the war memorial.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1983

B206 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

Wooden font with a prayer stool on the left, the organ pipes can be seen with the board on the wall for hymn numbers.
This Arts and Crafts style chapel was fortunately not demolished after closure but converted into apartments.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1983

B207- Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

Exterior of Park View Chapel, situated on Dibb Lane, after closure this building became residential apartments.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1983

B209 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1983.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1983

West side of Park View Chapel, these were the Sunday School rooms.
A parked car has the registration number WWX 557L

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1984

X378 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 1984.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 1984

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel located on Dibb Lane, it closed and in this view is about to be converted into apartments.

Photographer Dennis Court.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 2013

F275- Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 2013.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 2013

The old Park View Chapel, now converted into apartments (August 2014).

Photographer John Arundel.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 2014

U119 – Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 2014.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 2014

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel building is in the New Scarborough area, it is no longer used for worship and is converted into apartments (June 2016).

Photographer Phil Walker.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 2014

U157- Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, 2014.

Park View Wesleyan Methodist Chapel – 2014

The old Park View Chapel, now converted into apartments (August 2014).

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Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 26 January 2022.
Last updated: 26 January 2022.

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