Leeds church sold to London flock for £1 now in peril
A CHURCH with historic links to the Duchess of Cambridge's
family is facing an uncertain future after being sold by the Church
Commissioners for £1.
St John's, Roundhay, in a northern suburb of Leeds, has fallen
into disrepair since it was sold, two years ago, to the Pentecostal
City Mission, a small, London-based Evangelical church. The roof is
leaking, and the churchyard has become overgrown. The cost of
remedial work has been estimated at more than £100,000.
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