This former church is situated in St John's Road. The building was built in 1931, the architect was Cecil Burns. It has an exposed concrete frame and originally had an open arcade under the lower concrete lintels. It also had attractive concrete tracery in the windows, all long gone.
It was converted into offices in 1959, and is today known as Hermes House. A large extension was opened (to the left) on 10th July 1987.
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