Church of St Andrew, Hartlepool


The former Church of St Andrew is located on York Place, Headland in Hartlepool. It was built in 1886 as a Chapel of ease and later used as a church hall. After a period of disuse the derelict building was purchased by local roofer, John O'Connor, in 1995 and restored for use as a tea room, and later further extended for use as a restaurant called Mary Rowntrees - named after a former church goer.[1] The former church is a Grade II listed building.

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Mary Rowntree's, Headland

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Mary Rowntree's Victorian Tearoom and Restaurant

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York Place on The Headland

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Saint Andrew's Church

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FORMER CHURCH OF ST ANDREW - Hartlepool - List Entry
- "Chapel-of-ease; 1886; brick with sandstone dressings; Welsh slate roof. Terms used are ritual. Nave with north aisle; chancel; later porch adjoins west end. 3-bay nave and 2-bay chancel, divided externally ...

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Mary Rowntree's

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Hartlepool

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Mary Rowntrees
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Former church set to become restaurant
- Hartlepool Mail, 6th April, 2011. Article about how the derelict church was purchased by John O’Connor in 1995 and restored to be a tea room and then extending its ...

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