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St John's Church, Leeds

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St. John's Church, Worksop is a parish church in the Church of England in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England.HistoryThe church was built between 1867 and 1868 by the architect R. C. Clarke.Incumbents1867 - 1872 Revd Charles Bury1872 - 1909 Revd George Dobree1909 - 1930 Revd John Henry Bligh1930 - 1937 Revd Edwin Arthur Green1937 - 1946 Revd. Cuthbert Rowland James Hayes1947 - 1955 Revd John Robert Joughin Kerruish1955 - 1962 Revd Jack Richard Hassett1962 - c1975 Revd Canon Robert Purdon Neillc1975 - c1985 Revd Albert Brownc1985 - 1990Revd Bruce Huntc1991- 2000 Revd Glynn Jones2001- 2011 Revd Neil Hogg2013 - Revd Tim StanfordOrganThe church has an organ by Brindley & Foster dating from 1869. The specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register
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  • Visited during the light festival. Great place - old church surrounded by modern buildings. Light festival lit it up though - great dandelion clock like plastic lights. Some great outdoor stained glas...  read more »
  • Lovely little church full of history and lovely architecture - well worth a look especially if interested in old buildings 
  • St John's Church os one of the rare building in Leeds that pre-date Victorian era. The outside is ordinary and the garden a bit dirty, but the inside is very beautiful and ornate. Unfortunately, the c...  read more »
  • Beautiful church!
  • The best looking church in England
  • A wonderful building with a magnificent choir!
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