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Lenton Methodist Church
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52°57′07″N 1°10′26″W / 52.951806°N 1.173751°W / 52.951806; -1.173751Coordinates: 52°57′07″N 1°10′26″W / 52.951806°N 1.173751°W / 52.951806; -1.173751
Location Lenton, Nottingham
Country England
Denomination Methodist
Architecture
Architect(s) Albert Edward Lambert
Completed 1914
Construction cost £4,500

Lenton Methodist Church is a Methodist church on Derby Road in Lenton, Nottingham.

History

Lenton Methodist Church was opened in 1914 and was designed by local architect Albert Edward Lambert. The cost of construction was £4,500 (equivalent to £309,604 in 2018)2018 and it had seating for 450 worshippers, and 300 children in the attached schoolroom.

In the early 21st century, the church hall was adapted for use by God's Vineyard Church.

Organ

The pipe organ by Charles Lloyd was transferred here in 1939 by E. Wragg & Son from Crocus Street Hall. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.

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