Brunswick Chapel, Leeds
When I was a child, my parents talked of Brunswick Methodist Church in Leeds, and of the great preachers there, especially W E Sangster, and Leslie Weatherhead. Great crowds used to gather on Sunday evenings, and one had to queue round the building to get a seat for the service. When Brunswick closed down, my parents managed to obtain a plaque, which used to hang in the church entrance, as a memento. The inscription is a poem, which begins ‘Enter this door as if the floor within were gold’. The whole thing looks as though it’s been done lovingly by perhaps a member of the congregation on a piece of varnished plywood, now a little chipped in places. I wish I could find a good home for it, as we’re a bit short of room here.