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Oct 6, 2008
Former office block to be handed to Scientologists — Birmingham Mail
Type: Press
Author(s): Edward Chadwick
Source: Birmingham Mail
THE controversial Church of Scientology is set to complete a multi-million pound deal for a huge new HQ in a leafy Birmingham street within weeks, it emerged today. Leaders of the organisation have written to members to confirm that the handover of Moseley’s Grade II listed Pitmaston building will take place on October 24. The Birmingham Mail exclusively revealed the sect — famed for its celebrity disciples like Tom Cruise and a belief in aliens — was ready to stump up ...
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