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Hesketh Lane Methodist Chapel
Sunday School

"Men's Fireside"

The Men's Fireside was a weekly meeting with a speaker for the men of the chapel and their friends. It was originally held in the old Sunday School which was heated by a large boiler in the centre of the hall. As everyone tended to sit around the fire for the meetings, it became known as the "Men's Fireside"

Eileen Baker, 1st Hesketh Lane Sunday School Queen

21st Anniversary of the Men's Fireside
Rev. Lane, Mr Barlow, Mr Jackson, Mr Ainsworth


Back Row: Mr Cookson, Jim Ainsworth, Granville Jackson, Fred Taylor.
Front Row: John Bamford, Rev Chapman, Arthur Pickup


1950/51 Visiting Preston Dock


 
 
 
 
 

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