List number: 1025326
List grade: 2*
Tyne & Wear HER: 7357
Post code: NE28 7LH
Grid ref: NZ3097466708

Church of St Peter, Wallsend


The Church of St. Peter in Wallsend was built in 1809 and extensively modified in 1892. The church is a Grade II* listed building.

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St Peter's Church, Wallsend

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022802:St Peter's Church Wallsend Tyne and Wear 1924

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St Peter's Church, Wallsend, Northumberland

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CHURCH OF ST PETER - Wallsend - List Entry
- "Parish church dated 1809 and restoration 1892 on brass plaque in porch. Paid for by tontine and partly by Dean and Chapter of Durham. Coursed squared sandstone with plinth; snecked ...

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St Peter's, Wallsend
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St Peter's church, Wallsend

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Millennium Seat

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Tyne and Wear HER(7357): Wallsend, Church Bank, Church of St. Peter
- "Parish church dated 1809 and restoration 1892 on brass plaque in porch. Paid for by tontine and partly by Dean and Chapter of Durham. Coursed squared sandstone with plinth; snecked ...

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St Peter's Church, Wallsend

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026943:Wallsend St.Peter's Church C.1890

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Decorative Stones

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The Parish Church of St Peter, Wallsend

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Dr James Milne

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