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Caption for Far Headingley, St Chad's Church C1960: This splendid church was conceived by Sir Edmund Beckett, who as well as being a barrister and amateur architect designed the clock mechanism of Big Ben. St Chad's slender spire soars over the surrounding rooftops and countryside. Chad was a Northumbrian monk appointed bishop of Ite Mercians in 669. He built his cathedral at Lichfield where he died of plague in 672. Chad converted two sons of King Wulfhere of Mercia to Christianity.

An extract from Leeds Photographic Memories.

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