Sileby Primitive Methodist Church
|Primitive Methodist Church, Sileby|
|Completed||12 May 1867|
The first chapel built by the Primitive Methodists was opened by 1818. This was soon outgrown and a new church was opened on King Street in 1834.
In 1931 the school room was built on Swan Street. In 1969, Sileby Wesleyan Methodist Church closed and the congregation joined the congregation at King Street.
The church underwent redevelopment in 2010.
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- "NPOR [P00071]". National Pipe Organ Register. British Institute of Organ Studies. Retrieved 12 February 2020.
- "Opening of a new organ". Leicester Chronicle. England. 17 March 1900. Retrieved 12 February 2020 – via British Newspaper Archive.