Trinity Church Gallery
Wesleyan/Trinity Methodist Chapel, Beaumont Street
- 1887: opened; architect: FW Brooks, Darlington. In free C13 Early English style.
- 1908: Sunday school enlarged.
- 1932: became known as Trinity Methodist Church following the re-union of the three strands of Methodism (Wesleyan, Primitive, United).
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