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Church of St. Cuthbert, Marley Hill


St Cuthbert's Church in Marley Hill was built in 1877 in an Early English style.[1] The church was consecrated on the 15th of November 1877, by Charles Baring, the Bishop of Durham. The eastern part of the churchyard predates the church building and the colliery, and has a low battered boundary wall.
Marley Hill 1877 Churches and Cathedrals
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St Cuthbert's Marley Hill

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Tyne and Wear HER(12031): Marley Hill, Church of St. Cuthbert
- "Built in 1877. Stands in a generous churchyard. Built of coursed sandstone and slate in a simple Early English style with grouped lancet windows. The eastern part of the churchyard …

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Tyne & Wear HER: 12031
Borough: Gateshead
Post code: NE16 5DL
Grid ref: NZ20495812


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