St Francis in Tottenham Hale also contains nursery and cafe and opens as attendance in capital bucks national trend of decline

The first purpose built Anglican parish church in London for 40 years formally opened on Tuesday on the site of a former factory and in the middle of a new regeneration scheme consisting of hundreds of homes.

St Francis at the Engine Room in Tottenham Hale cost more than £3m, funded by the diocese of London, the developers of Hale Village and donations. As well as a worship space, there is a community centre, 36-place nursery, workshop space and cafe.

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