The revival which began in Otley was very wide-spread and was significant because of the 'holiness' experience of many. This confirmed to Wesley that 'holiness' was received like 'salvation'.
In 1761John Wesley writes, "I find the work of God increases on every side, but particularly in Lincolnshire, where there has been no work like this since the time I preached on my father's tomb."
It is likely that this revival was all over Lincolnshire, but so far I have found no documentation to confirm this.
Exact locations unknown. No Methodist churches would have been built at this time.