A HALESOWEN church site has gone up for sale after it closed last year.

Hurst Green Methodist Church on Narrow Lane is being marketed by Birmingham-based Lambert Smith Hampton, which said it has "redevelopment potential subject to planning."

The church closed last August due to cashflow problems.

The agent said it is inviting offers from potential buyers, with there not being a guide price.

The church said on Facebook last April: "It is with great sadness that we have to tell everyone that due to a lack of physical and financial resources Hurst Green Methodist Church will be closing its doors for the last time at the end of August.

"This is not a decision that has been made lightly and for our church family will be a heartbreaking time.

"We were not quite ready to announce this to the general public but sadly word has got out and we felt it appropriate to set the record straight.

"We trust we will receive your prayers and understanding at this sad time."

The site covers 0.234 hectares with sales notes stating it is "suitable for ongoing church or other uses in Class F1Redevelopment potential subject to planning."

They go on to say: "The main entrance opens out onto a small reception and then the main church hall accommodation.

"The floor is covered by carpet with feature windows to the front and sides.

"To the rear of the main church space there is a more recent extension which provides two further function rooms.

"Off this function space is a kitchen and further storeroom.

"The property also provides male, female, child and disabled WC facilities.

"There is a loft area about the ground floor accommodation to the rear extension accommodation."

The former Halesowen United Church on Hagley Road near Queensway is also for sale with a price tag of £350k.