1900-1950 / Leysian Mission / Other / Paper / Publication / Wesley's Chapel
Printed on paper

This flyer or handbill was printed by the Leysian Mission on City Road, advertising a 'Grand Bazaar' on 15th and 16th November, 1933. The handbill outlined how to participate in the bazaar and "seven ways of being a helper".

The Leysian Mission was established in the late 1800s by former students of the (Methodist) Leys School, Cambridge, and owned large mission premises on City Road. It was primarily a local mission, to alleviate hardship amongst people in the City Road and Old Street areas in London.

The Mission united with Wesley's Chapel, City Road in 1989.