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Hareholme Primitive Methodist Church
Hareholme Primitive Methodist Church
Bacup Road, Hareholme

The first Methodist worshipers at Hareholme gathered in the home of Mr and Mrs Cunliffe of Hareholme Lane in February 1866. This band quickly grew and on the 1st April 1866 they moved into the upper rooms of Co-operative store on Bacup Road where the Rev Miles Dickinson preached to 35 people. The group used the Co-operative store until 1872 when the room became to small for the growing congregation and a plot of land further along Bacup Road was purchased. The church, constructed by Messer's Parkinson & Son of Newchurch, held its first service on 15th June 1873.

For the early part of the twentieth century the church prospered and was granted a license for marriages in November 1933. The latter part of the twentieth century saw a decline in attendance and the church closed its doors on 26th September 1982. The premises are now used for business purposes.

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