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Hucknall Central Methodist Church was the Trinity Methodist Church. A Sunday School building (built 1903) was set around a central hall with numerous classrooms. It was decided to amalgamate all the Methodist churches in Hucknall into one.  The old Trinity was demolished in 1939.

Memorial location
Names on Memorial

Roland (Rowland) Banner - Roland Banner

John Critchley - John Granville Critchley

Wilfrid Evans - Wilfrid Evans

George Foster - George Foster

Harold Murfin - Herbert Harold Murfin

Thomas Newberry - Thomas Goodacre Newberry

William Pegg - William Pegg

Sydney Randle (Randall) - Sidney Randle

Arthur Rhodes - Arthur Leslie Rhodes

Arthur Rose - Arthur Rose

Harold Tongue (Tonge) - Harold Tongue (Tonge)

Amos Walker - Amos Walker

Horace Wardle - Horace Wardall

Granville (Grenville) West - Grenville West

Samuel Whyatt - Samuel Whyatt

Photos
  • Hucknall Central Methodist Church was the Trinity Methodist Church. A Sunday School building (built 1903) was set around a central hall with numerous classrooms. It was decided to amalgamate all the Methodist churches in Hucknall into one.  The old Trinity was demolished in 1939.
    Photo John Bettridge - Hucknall Central Methodist Church was the Trinity Methodist Church. A Sunday School building (built 1903) was set around a central hall with numerous classrooms. It was decided to amalgamate all the Methodist churches in Hucknall into one. The old Trinity was demolished in 1939.
  • Memorial garden at Hucknall Central Methodist Church with Great War plaques from Bourne Street and Central Methodist Church. Bourne Methodist church is now a furniture store. Bourne was amalgamated with Central.
    Photo John Bettridge - Memorial garden at Hucknall Central Methodist Church with Great War plaques from Bourne Street and Central Methodist Church. Bourne Methodist church is now a furniture store. Bourne was amalgamated with Central.