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East Butterwick, Dog & Gun, Public House
East Butterwick, Dog & Gun, Public House
East Butterwick, Dog & Gun, Public House

Listed in White's Directory of Lincolnshire 1856 :-

"Robinson George, vict. Dog and Gun"

A second public house also listed in the village :-

"Storm Wm. vict. Odd Fellows Arms"

DB 18 June 2019

East Butterwick, Dog & Gun, Public House
East Butterwick, Primitive Methodist Chapel
East Butterwick, Primitive Methodist Chapel
East Butterwick, Primitive Methodist Chapel

Date stone reads "PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL 1870"

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Scunthorpe Circuit Past And Present” prepared By Colin Shepherdson & Mervyn G White March 1997 (Revised August 1998) it is stated that :- 

"Chapel was built in 1830 and rebuilt in 1870 - foundation stone laid on the 15.7.1870 and reopened on the 27.11.1870.

It closed in 1969 due to its poor structural condition.

The congregation transferred to St Andrew's Anglican church, in the High Street, where they still hold services with a membership of 5.

The chapel was sold by auction on the 15.8.1973 with planning permission to convert it into a house but it is now disused and bricked up" 

House conversion has now obviously been completed.

DB 18 June 2019 

East Butterwick, Primitive Methodist Chapel
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew

A small red brick building on the southern edge of the Trentside village.

September 2011

 

East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew

The church has a notice board stating that it is "A Shared Anglican / Methodist Church" however it no longer appears to be in active use.

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-

"St. Andrew's mission church, built in 1884 at a cost of £500, is an edifice of red brick in the Gothic style, consisting of chancel and small nave with one bell:

there are 70 sittings.

Divine service is conducted here by the Rev. Arthur Buckner Peirce, vicar of Messingham" 

DB 18 June 2019

East Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew
East Butterwick, St Andrew

Date stone reads

"ST ANDREWS CHURCH 

1884" 

DB 18 June 2019

East Butterwick, Saint Andrew, Church
East Butterwick, War Memorial
East Butterwick, War Memorial
East Butterwick, War Memorial

Located next to St Andrew's Church. 

"IN MEMORY OF THE HEROIC DEAD WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918"

Unveiled September 1920.

DB 18 June 2019

East Butterwick, War memorial