Daybrook Baptist Church
|Daybrook Baptist Church|
|Architect(s)||William Herbert Higginbottom|
A Baptist congregation was established in Arnold, Nottingham in 1844. The first church was built in 1859. The foundation stone was laid on 8 March 1859, with financial assistance from Broad Street Baptist Church  but was unsafe by 1911, so was demolished.
The current building was erected to designs by the architect William Herbert Higginbottom, and opened in November 1912.
- Nottinghamshire Guardian - Thursday 10 March 1859
- A History of Arnold, R.W. King and J. Russell, 1913
- Nottingham Evening Post 12 July 2012
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