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Scotter, Cottingham’s Mill (1)
Scotter, Cottingham’s Mill (1)
Scotter, Cottingham’s Mill (1)

This mill was built on the site of a former post mill by Charles Hett of Brigg in 1874.

Jon Sass Collection, undated photograph

Scotter, Cottingham's Mill, windmill, Jon Sass, Charles Hett
Scotter, Cottingham’s Mill (2)
Scotter, Cottingham’s Mill (2)
Scotter, Cottingham’s Mill (2)

Cottingham's Mill worked until the late 1930s and 50 years later it was incorporated into a dwelling.

It is listed Grade II.

Location of mill: SE 883 005

Peter Kirk Collection, 1998
Scotter, Cottingham's Mill, windmill, Peter Kirk,
Scotter, St Peter
Scotter, St Peter
Scotter, St Peter

St Peter’s has a Perpendicular tower and clerestory.

The south doorway though is Norman and inside is a 13th century north arcade. 

Other features include some 18th century box pews, and a fine brass memorial to Sir Marmaduke Tyrwhitt d.1599.

May 2010

Scotter, St Peter, Marmaduke Tyrwhitt
Scotter, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Scotter, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Scotter, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

On the corner of High Street and Hobb Lane. 

In "A List And Brief Details Of Chapels In The Scunthorpe Circuit Past And Present” prepared By Colin Shepherdson & Mervyn G White March 1997 (Revised August 1998) it is stated that :-

"A Dissenter's Certificate was issued in June 1774 for 'a house lately built' and the first chapel erected in 1815.

Situated opposite the present chapel in the High Street it was sold circa 1900, following the opening of its replacement, and is now an empty shop.

The foundation stone for the second chapel, also in the High Street, was laid on the 19.7.1899 and the chapel opened on the 27.6.1900.

The chapel is still in use with a membership of 54"

Geoff Swain Collection 6th September 1993

Scotter, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Church
Scotter, West Street
Scotter, West Street
Scotter, West Street

This chapel on the right was opened by the Primitive Methodists in 1819 and then sold to the Methodist New Connexion in c.1849.

This society later became United Methodist and, after a schoolroom was added, the chapel was re-faced in 1901.

The last service was held in 1948 and it was sold for use as a warehouse. The building was demolished in 1971.

early 20th century postcard

Scotter, Primitive Methodist chapel, United methodist, New Connexion