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Church of the Holy Trinity, North Ormesby

Holy Trinity Church in North Ormesby was built from 1868-1869, designed by William White in the Early English style. The tower, which is a prominent local landmark, was added in 1880-1881. The nave and chancel were gutted by fire in 1977, and the remains of nave arcades can still be seen in the restored church. The church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.
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CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY - North Ormesby - List Entry
- "Church, 1868/69, with tower 1880/81, by William White (London); Allison Bros., builders. Extended 1879 by Armfield and Bottomley; Lady chapel 1925; south-west porch 1929. Nave and chancel gutted by fire …

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List number: 1139850
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ5097419952
District: Tees Valley


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