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mitchell street chapel   Views: 1352
final demolition   Comments: 7
Photo: fred foster   Item #: 30186  
 
final demolition

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  This is the end for the old chapel in Mitchell Street.  

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Comments by Helen of Troy, 5th February 2018  
Thats a sad end to memories of a happy & welcoming chapel, went to many family events there. Bus from Holland Moor, Sunday tea at Auntie Annies & then to chapel.

Comments by MarieM, 5th February 2018  
Fred, I saw it when I came passed this week. Do you know why it's been demolished

Comments by irene roberts, 5th February 2018  
I don't even know where this is but it makes me feel sad.

Comments by Helen of Troy, 5th February 2018  
Irene, its a long time since I was there but I think it was along a road opposite Alexandra Park, if you know where that is or was in Pemberton

Comments by irene roberts, 5th February 2018  
Thankyou, Helen. I just wish it could have been put to use instead of being demolished. I'm so glad you have happy memories of it. xx.

Comments by fred foster, 6th February 2018  ff001a5024@blueyonder.co.uk 
I came past on Monday and already the digger was excavating for the footings of the 2 semis to be built there

Comments by Veronica, 6th February 2018  
It's very sad to see a building like this demolished. So much character to it. At one time builders would snap them up for renovation but I suppose it's a bit too near the road for that and a bit squashed in on either side. What a shame.

 
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