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Church of St Andrew's

St Andrew's Church in Upleatham was built in 1836 and desighned by Ignatius Bonomi. It replaced the ancient parish church, which was located away from the village. Some of the medieval stained glass, font and bell from the Old Church of St Andrew were included in the new church. St Andrew's Church is a Grafe II listed building.

"The church [in Upleatham] was rebuilt in 1836, at an expense of £450, by subscription, towards which the lord of the manor contributed £200, the late archbishop £100, and the Incorporated Society £75; it is a neat structure in the Norman style." (Samuel Smailes, 1848).
Upleatham Old Church of St Andrew's Historic Buildings and Monuments in Redcar and Cleveland 1836 Churches and Cathedrals Ignatius Bonomi (1787 - 1870) Upleatham Parish, 1848
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CHURCH OF ST ANDREW - Upleatham - List Entry
- "Church, 1835, by Ignatius Bonomi (Durham). North extension of 1877. Dressed sandstone; Welsh slate roof. Neo-Norman style. West tower and nave with rectangular recess at east end for altar. Tower …

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List number: 1159780
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ6324419439
District: Tees Valley


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