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Discover Local Churches

On June 8, 2012 By

A site about Historical  East Yorkshire Churches now includes an excellent pamphlet about churches in the Filey Area. The pamphlet can be downloaded from the site as a pdf file or is available from the local Tourist Information Centre.

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The Salvation Army

On April 10, 2012 By

The Salvation Army in Filey was formed in 1928. It was based in a building in Mitford Street with tiered seating descending to a central stove which provided heating. In 1974 the old building was demolished and replaced by  a modern one storey building.

Sunday Worship is at 11am and 6pm.

Monday – 1.45pm [...]

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Filey Methodist Church

On March 17, 2012 By

Filey Methodist Church, with its Spire is a central Filey landmark. It was built in 1876 for £5000 in the Gothic Style. At that time it was known as the Wesleyan chapel a different branch of Methodism to the Primitive tradition of Filey’s second chapel, Ebenezer, which was built just down the street. In [...]

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The Church of St John the Evangelist

On January 30, 2012 By

The Church of St John the Evangelist is set back in it’s own award winning garden and small car park in West Avenue, Filey. It is not an eye catching church, the  Victorian Architect C. Hodgson Fowler was regarded as ‘dependable but unexciting’ . St John’s opened in 1873, the site and  stone [...]

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The 12th Century Church of St Oswald’s is situated on the South side of Filey’s Country Park next to the the Church Ravine. On the opposite bank of Ravine are the remaining old buildings of Filey, centered on Queen Street, where many of Filey’s fishing families lived. St Oswald’s used to be in the [...]

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