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UK St. Judes Church, Sheffield - September 2016

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Construction of St Jude's Moorfields Church School started in 1844 and was completed around 1858 and was to serve one of the slum parishes in Sheffield. Later renamed St. Judes Anglican Church. In 1980 it became Assembly of God Pentecostal Church, it closed in 1999. The building has been extensively altered but some of the original architecture remains. 

 

Conversion of St Jude’s into six apartments has also been given the green light. (http://www.sheffieldtelegraph.co.uk/news/back-to-back-housing-makes-a-comeback-in-sheffield-1-7851304) 

 

As expected it was nothing special since its had a good going over by the pigeons and graffiti artists however there are some nice pieces from color (I think)


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Shame with the graffiti. Would be interesting to see old photos, how it looked in use.

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