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Church of St John the Evangelist, Nenthead

St John the Evangelist's Church in Nenthead was built in 1845 by the London Lead Mining Company to serve the mining community. The church has an ancient refectory table as an altar and a medieval communion rail, from an earlier church. The church is located on a hillside close to the model village in Nenthead.

Nenthead 1845 Churches and Cathedrals
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St John the Evangelist, Nenthead

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Nenthead's Angel of the North

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