Long Eaton United Methodist Free Church Chapel (i) was built as a place of worship by the Wesleyans but as a result of the disruptions of the ensuing decades it passed to the United Methodist Free Church. In 1883 the demolished the building to make way for a new chapel. It was demolished in 1883 to make way for a new chapel. The chapel occupied a prominent position on the east side of Market Place.
Melton Mowbray Mercury and Oakham and Uppingham News, 2.6.1883 p.7
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