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Search Aspect ( St. John the Evangelist Church )
Location - Leeds & District

Harrogate Road (Moortown)
Black & White image31st May 1939. This view is taken from the roundabout at the junction with the Ring Road. Looking uphill, on the left is St. Johns the Evangelist Church grounds, with the Lychgate clearly seen. Stone walls run into the distance with mature trees behind them. A line of gas streetlamps run along the pavement. Across the central reservation a wooden topped stone wall obscures a large huose.
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Mark Lane, St. John's Church (City Centre)
Black & White image28th May 1930 Harrison Almhouses with the grounds and tower of St. John the Evangelist Church to the right. The cleared land in the foreground is the site of Lewis's.
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Moortown Church, postcard (Moortown)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of Moortown Church, St. John the Evangelist, situated on Harrogate Road. Designed by architect Joseph Thompson, it was completed in 1853.
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St. John the Evangelist Church, Dixon Lane Road (Wortley) (4 comments)
Colour image2005. View of the South door of the Church of St. John the Evangelist accessed from Dixon Lane Road. This pathway dates from the early 1920s. In front of the Church, with blue paint work, is the Church Hall which dates from 1966. It was built with funds raised by parishoners and donations from the Wade Charity.
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St. John the Evangelist Church, Dixon Lane (Wortley)
Colour image2005. View of St. John the Evangelist Church located between Dixon Lane and Lower Wortley Road, looking across from the direction of Lower Wortley Road. The Misses March of Beech Grove House offered a generous contribution to the building fund so in 1896 these grand-daughters of the pioneering engineer, Mathew Murray, were invited to lay the foundation stone. The new Church was consecrated by the Bishop of Ripon in 1898. Over the years the Church has been extended and altered. In recent years the overgrown Churchyard has been transformed into a nature trail to benefit the community.
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