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Manchester moves into prefab

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 28 Mar 2013 @ 12:17

WORSHIPPERS at Manchester Cathedral, a Grade I listed building, will next week swap its Gothic splendour for a timber prefab, as builders move in for a £2-million refurbishment.

A mock-Tudor "church-on-the-street" has been erected beside the west front of the cathedral to provide a home for many of its activities over the next eight months. "It is like a Lego-type building which can be dismantled and moved ...

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