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Church of St Peter and St Paul, Stainton

St Peter and St Paul's Church is located on Hemlington Road in Stainton. "There has probably been a Church serving the community in Stainton-in-Cleveland since the 7th Century, there  are substantial records to show that the Church and the living were given to the Priory of Gisburgh in 1247 and there is a continuity of vicars since that time." (Church Website)[1] The church tower was added in the 15th century. The Church is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

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St Peter and St Paul, Stainton

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Stainton Church
- "West tower and part of the churchyard of SS Peter and Paul parish church, Stainton, in the ward of Thornton and Stainton, in the borough of Middlesbrough in ceremonial North ...

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CHURCH OF ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL - Stainton, Middlesbrough - List Entry
- "Church, C13, with C15 tower and north transept; nave largely rebuilt c.1800 and altered 1897. Chancel rebuilt 1876; late C19 vestry. Restored and roofs renewed 1902. Dressed sandstone; Welsh ...

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Stainton, Hilton and Brookfield Family of Churches - C.of.E
- "....Welcome to the web-site of the Church of England in Stainton, Thornton, Maltby, Hilton and Brookfield. St Peter's Church, Hilton, St Peter & St Paul's Church, Stainton, and St ...

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A Brief History of St Peter and St Paul's Chirch in Stainton-in-Cleveland
- PDF "In the early part of 2001 an archaeologist working on the building site of the Parish Room / Church extension found several items which have been dated to the 7th ...

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List number: 1137540
List grade: 2*
Grid ref: NZ4804314050
District: Tees Valley
Post code: TS8 9AJ


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