The Old Meeting House and the Four Seasons

The old and the new

By Mr Evans & P. M.

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'The Old Meeting House and the Four Seasons' page

This photograph was taken by Mr Evans at the time the when the Four Seasons Shopping Centre was being built in the 1970's. Look across the building works and you can see clearly a building that was once the Parsonage for the Old Meeting House Chapel and at the back of that the Chapel itself.

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'The Old Meeting House and the Four Seasons' page

It is interesting to note that since the 1970's while further changes have taken place in the area, i.e. shops have changed hands, the bus station has closed, the two buildings mentioned above are still there.

The Old Meeting House, (Unitarian Chapel) which can be accessed from Stockwell Gate  is now over three hundred years old and is the oldest nonconformist building in Nottinghamshire that is still being used for its original purpose. On the outside it is quite an ordinary building, but inside it is full of character and history.The Parsonage was sold many years ago and is now Bryan and Armstrong Solicitors.

This page was added on 25/01/2014.

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