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the history of Leyton and Leytonstone
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Leyton came to have a high number of people of Moslem belief. Places for Islamic worship and education were established. Those from a Christian background in the Caribbean and Africa formed churches independent of British religious bodies, apparently distinctive not by the nature of their beliefs but by a more exuberant form of religious service and an ethnic separateness.