The future of a historic church building in Nuneaton has been revealed – it is to become a Hindu Temple.
CoventryLive can reveal that signs have appeared at the front of the former Stockingford Methodist Church which reveal its future as Hindu Temple.
It solves the mystery as to disappearance of the ‘For Sale’ sign that had been removed from the front of the Arbury Road-based church.
There is a sign on display now at the front of the church which contains a traditional Hindu symbol.
It is on headed note paper that reads Watford Kantha Swami Hindu Temple Ltd.
It is addressed as 111 Arbury Road and contains a contact name and number.
CoventryLive understands that residents in the area have been told that services will be held on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
They have also been told that they may hear bells ringing too as part of these services.
Only last week we reported that people had been spotted moving in and out of the building.
Some of them were carrying tables while others were making repairs to the outside of the building.
It is not clear when the new temple will officially open.
The building has stood empty since 2014 when the last church service was held.
It was put up for sale in June last year after plans to turn it into a community centre fell through.