The church was demolished in the late 1970’s to make way for new developments in the area between St. Nicholas Street and Silent Street. The address being 15-17 St. Nicholas Street, set back from the road (Job Centre). The church was founded in 1793, with a new church being erected to cost of £3,000 in 1831. A plain structure of brick in the Gothic style with seating for 950 people. It closed its doors in 1977. Many of the inhabitants of the area had moved out of town to the new housing schemes. The memorial is believed to be lost.
site of the church.
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1914 – 1918
To the Glory of God
and in abiding remembrance of the undermentioned
whose lives were sacrificed in the Great War
(C.E. BAKER G.I. BROOKS of BELSTEAD)
ALSO IN GREATFUL APPRECIATION OF ALL THOSE WHO SERVED