This page provides access to other web based sites that are associated to the beautiful town of Epworth.
Epworth lies on the A161, about halfway between Goole and Gainsborough. It is also approximately halfway between Scunthorpe in North Lincolnshire and Doncaster in South Yorkshire. Epworth is easily accessed from the M180 motorway, lying approximately two miles south of Junction 2 on the A161.
As the birthplace of John Wesley and Charles Wesley, it has given its name to many institutions associated with Methodism. Their father, Samuel Wesley, was the rector from 1695 to 1735.
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Built in 1889 as a memorial to John and Charles Wesley, this Methodist church contains the eighteenth-century communion table used by Samuel and John Wesley in the parish church and features a range of pictures and windows with Methodist associations.
Pilgrims and visitors come from all over the world because of the role of the church in nurturing the Methodist revival of the eighteenth century.
A visit to the Old Rectory, built in Queen Anne style in 1709, will transport you back to life in the early 18th century .
The hall is a registered charity that stages many different events and activities and provides a base for various organisations
Click on any name button to go to it's web page
Click on any photograph to see it in expanded format
Cemetery Lodge is the home for Epworth Council. The web site holds a large number of photographs of the town.
It is a much loved traditional country show in North Lincolnshire, attracting 1000's of visitors every year. A fun day out for all the family
The Epworth Show takes place every August Bank Holiday Monday, there is a wide variety of different activities taking place. Something for the whole family.