"Remembering a Church that had a great sense of community"

A review of Neasden Methodist Church by David Hill written on Friday 14th of August 2020


My name is David Hill, I was there in the late 50's and 60's and was very involved in many of the church activities especially the Youth Club which was a member of MAYC. There was a Drama Society called Neasden Methodist Drama of which I was involved with, backstage rather than acting. It was a very successful society which in it's early days started with Youth Club members and grew over a period of time.

I have very fond memories of the church and it's congregation, I have a collection of images to remember those great times.

I would be happy to correspond with anyone who remembers me.

Neasden has changed over the years and the old church building was knocked down several years back to make way for a smaller community building around the time of the construction of the new underpass..

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