Cemetery Road Baptist Church
The twin octagonal towers of Cemetery Road Baptist Church in Sheffield are thought to be unique. The church is believed to be modelled on Bloomsbury Baptist Church in London. It is a Victorian Romanesque design, with a large rose window facing out into the road.
As well as worship, Cemetery Road Baptist Church is used for English classes, exercise classes, lunch clubs, a FoodCycle café, employability workshops, choirs, university groups, exhibitions, and parties. The National Churches Trust's Project Development Grant will be used to decide how best to make even more use of the church. The church will produce a 'master plan' to decide on the best alterations to the building, and to work out a funding plan.