No matter where you are in the world you can settle down in front of your computer, tablet or phone and enjoy one of our stimulating talks on subjects connected to Primitive Methodism.
Our next talk will take place on Saturday 9th March 2024. In Winsford’s Inspector of Nuisances: the Development of a “Vile Town’s” Infrastructure, 1890-1930 Dr David Nellist will tell the story of the Cheshire town of Winsford’s war to banish the toxic black clouds that blocked out the sunlight at the start of the last century; living conditions were miserable and, with no running water or sewerage system, unhealthy. One visitor described the town as a “vile place, akin to the black hole of Calcutta”. The cause? Hundreds of chimneys belching out clouds of smoke from the open pan salt making process heated by the nation’s dirtiest coal. One local Primitive Methodist preacher led the fight…
It’s free to take part and all are welcome. Zoom details are:
Meeting ID: 930 8550 7866
All of our heritage talks are held on Zoom, starting at 11am UK time, and are free to join! (though donations are always welcome…) Zoom details for individual meetings are circulated with the publicity for each meeting.
We have also started a YouTube Channel, to which we are posting previous heritage talks, appropriately edited, and to which you can subscribe. The site went live in the Autumn of 2021 and is regularly updated with new videos, which you can see below, with the most recent first: