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Church of St. Cuthbert


The Church of St. Cuthbert in Blyth, Northumberland was built in 1892. It replaced an earlier church built in 1751; at that time Blyth was part of the Parish of Earsdon. However, as the population Blyth grew the Ridley family built a Chapel of Ease at Blyth in 1751. Blyth became a parish independent of Earsdon in 1883. The present church, dedicated to St Cuthbert, is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Blyth Historic Buildings and Monuments in Blyth Saint Cuthbert (634-687) Churches and Cathedrals 1892 Grade II* Listed 1751
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St Cuthbert's Parish Church, Blyth

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St Cuthbert's Parish Church, Blyth

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St Cuthberts Church
- Website of the church as part of Churches Together in Blyth. "Our church was first established in 1751 and the present church in 1892. We have a modern thriving community ...

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Entrance to St. Cuthbert's Church

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CHURCH OF ST CUTHBERT - Blyth - List Entry
- "Parish church, 1884-93 by W.S. Hicks. Snecked tooled stone with ashlar dressings; except for porch, oak on stone base. Lakeland slate roof. Cruciform plan with western porch to narthex ...

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St Cuthbert's Church, Blyth

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St. Cuthberts Parish Church, Blyth

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List number: 1041345
List grade: 2*
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ3178281469

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