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Church of the Holy Trinity, Seaton Carew


This church in Seaton Carew was originally built as a chapel of ease within the parish of Stranton, designed by T. Pickersgill and consecrated in 1831. Seaton Carew became a parish in its own right in 1841 and the church was extended, with a chancel and gallery built. The church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. It was put on the Heritage at Risk list in 2012, but money was raised for essential repair work in 2014.

Seaton Carew Holy Trinity C.of.E Primary School, Seaton Carew Grade II Listed Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in the Borough of Hartlepool 1831
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CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY - Seaton Carew - List Entry
- "Church, nave and tower of 1831, by T. Pickersgill; chancel 1842 by Jackson; altered 1864 and 1891; tower altered c.1980. Dressed limestone and Welsh slate roofs with stone gable ...

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Holy Trinity Church , Seaton Carew, County Durham TS25 1BX £15,000 National Churches Trust Repair Grant

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Holy Trinity C.of.E Primary School, Seaton Carew
- Overview Map Street View Holy Trinity Church of England (Aided) Primary School is located on Crawford Street in Seaton Carew. The school has about 250 pupils aged 3 to 11.[1] It ...

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List number: 1250751
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ5243129598
District: Tees Valley
Post code: TS25 1TT

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