St John’s Church Opens It’s Doors for Archive Film Screenings
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Posted on: 31st August 2022

The past, present, and future of a much-loved Leeds street will be showcased in style next month with a series of events offering something for everyone.

New Briggate is playing host to the free programme of talks, tours, and other activities as part of Heritage Open Days, the country’s largest festival of history and culture.

The events – being staged by Leeds City Council, East Street Arts and other partners – will also celebrate the progress being made on the New Briggate High Street Heritage Action Zone (HAZ) regeneration project, a partnership between the council and Historic England. One event included in this is Archive film screenings presented by Hyde Park Picture House at St John’s Church – the oldest surviving place of worship in Leeds city centre (11am-4pm on Saturday, September 17).

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