Sheffield III, Methodist Church

This church was the last one on the list for the day and was the perfect location for a break with some lunch. The obvious entrances were all boarded up. We tried the various doors but they were locked as well. However, after a little bit of climbing and avoiding holes in the floor (most of us were successful, but there is always one...) we were inside and finally had a roof above our heads.

The church was built in 1889 and is also known as St John's church. Attached to the church is a gym, a small kitchen and other various rooms.

Apart from the many holes in the floor, this place is really nice and still in a good nick. Definitely worth visiting when in the area, even if you just want to enjoy your lunch and dry your clothes. 

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