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Church of St George, Bells Close

St George's RC Church is located by Scotswood Road in Bell's Close, between Scotswood and Lemingon. The church was built 1868-1869, designed by A.M. Dunn, and funded by  Richard Lamb of West Denton. The church is part of the RC Diocese of Hexham & Newcastle. St George's Church is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

Bell's Close 1869 Scotswood Road Churches and Cathedrals Catholic Church Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle
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Church of St George, Lemington

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St. George's R.C. Church, Bells Close.

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CHURCH OF ST GEORGE - Lemington - List Entry
- "R.C. parish church. l868-69 by A.M. Dunn; at the expense of Richard Lamb of West Denton. Flemish bond white brick with polychrome dressings; rear (north) red brick; Welsh slate roof. …

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056378:St. George's Church Bell's Close Scotswood Unknown c.1890

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001791:St. George's Church Bell Close Scotswood Unknown 1880?

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List number: 1186086
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 9038
Post code: NE15 6YA
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ1893964419


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