St Aidan's church, Harehills, Leeds :: Shared Description

An Anglican parish church on Roundhay Road, also used by a number of immigrant communities for worship in their own languages. The parish is officially Leeds St Aidan, but it is known locally as Harehills. The church was built 1891-94 but not completed internally until 1916. It is listed grade 2* (list entry 1256175) and officially classed as one of a small number of "major churches" for its size and architectural significance.
by Stephen Craven
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SE3135 : St Aidan's Harehills - north side by Stephen Craven
SE3135 : St Aidan's Harehills - west end  by Stephen Craven
SE3135 : St Aidan's Harehills - entrance by Stephen Craven

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Created: Wed, 31 Jan 2018, Updated: Wed, 31 Jan 2018

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