Osgathorpe in a small village in north Leicestershire, about 8 miles west of Loughborough
A meeting of 25 General Baptists was recorded in 1829, assembling in a single room. There was no return to the 1851 Religious census.
In 1829, 20 Primitive Methodists met in a room in the village. There was no return to the 1851 Religious census.
A Wesleyan congregation met in 1829, numbering some 30 people. A chapel was built in 1835, with 100 free and 29 other sittings. The only service on census Sunday in 1851 was held in the afternoon, and attended by 35 worshippers.
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