This is the United Reformed Church at Saltaire.
The church, built in 1859, is a unique example of Italianate religious architecture. It boasts many architecturally and historically important features and has been described as a classic "Cathedral of Congregationalism" To preserve Saltaire's United Reformed Church as both a living church and a priceless piece of our heritage, some £ 650,000 has recently been raised for repairs and renovation. These renovations, which have now been completed, have included re-slating one side of the roof and repairing the other, strengthening the foundations at the West end of the church and extensive repairs to the church tower.
I'm not the most adept and active handyman but I was quite pleased with the new gate I have built for my garden and am showing it off. It only took three months from start to finish (!) and I suppose I might get round to painting the gatepost some time next year :) You can see it here if you so wish http://brianaw.shutterchance.com/photoblog/266225.htm Have a nice weekend if you are not looking in again until Monday. Sadly the old bench in my front garden continues to require refurbishment.
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