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St. Augustine's Church and Village Hall, Leeming Bar

St. Augustine's Church and Village Hall, Leeming Bar
St Augustine's Church & Village Hall, Leeming Bar, is on the northern side of Bedale Road, opposite Milburn Terrace and close to Leeming Lane. The small, hall-like building is a daughter of the church of St Gregory Bedale. A stone built into the side wall reads: "This stone was laid by Thomas, Fourth Baron Bolton, Grand Warden of the West Marches, Deputy Grand Master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of North and East Yorkshire Freemasons, sixth day of June in the year 1912". [The History Files]

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St. Augustine's Church and Village Hall is located at OS Grid Ref. SE2870389961

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