|Wellingborough News, 5th July 1884
To Builders, Contractors, &c.
New Wesleyan Chapel, Yeldon
TENDERS for the Erection of the above Chapel may be sent to the Rev. G. P. GLOVER, Raunds, Thrapston, not later than noon on Monday, July 14th next. Plans and specifications may be seen at Yeldon Chapel from Monday, July 7th, to Monday, July 14th.
The Trustees do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender.
|Wellingborough News, 23rd August 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins
New Wesleyan ChapelFoundation stones of a new Wesleyan Chapel were laid on the 11th inst., by Mr. J. Wyldes, of Yelden, and Mr. H. J. Mills, of Wellingborough. Bricks were also laid by members and friends. The Chapel is being erected on the site of the old chapel, which has long been found too small and inconvenient for the cause. Tea was provided and was well attended by a numerous company of friends in the district. Collections for the day amounted to about £25, and it is confidently hoped, that with the fulfilment of promises of contributions, the building will be opened some time in October free of debt.
|Rushden Echo, 23rd June 1972, transcribed by Kay Collins
Methodist Chapel Anniversary
Yelden Methodist Chapel anniversary services were held recently when the preacher for the day was Mr. J. Watson.
Rushden Park Road Methodist Boys and Girls Brigade helped with the evening service. Soloist was Miss E Ainsworth, accompanied by Miss K. Ainsworth on guitar. Organist was Mrs. L. Page.
Collections for trust funds raised £6.70.