List number: 1025397
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 7249
Post code: NE25 9JT
Grid ref: NZ3197172475

Edward Eccles Church Hall, Earsdon


The Hall, which belongs to St Alban's Church, is located at the west edge of Earsdon. Designed by Wilkinson and Crawley, it was built 1910-1911 and was a gift to Earsdon by Edward Eccles, J.P. The hall is a Grade II listed building.

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The Edward Eccles Church Hall - Earsdon

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The Edward Eccles Church Hall

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EDWARD ECCLES CHURCH HALL AND WALLS AND PIERS IN FRONT - List Entry
- "Church hall. 1910-11 by Wilkinson and Crawley. Given by Edward Eccles, J.P. Hammer- dressed irregularly-coursed sandstone with ashlar dressings; graduated Lakeland slate roof with stone gable copings. Nearly symmetrical ...

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Eccles Hall
- "St. Alban's is fortunate to own the Edward Eccles Hall which is available for hire. If you would like to enquire about the possibility of hiring the Eccles Hall ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(7249): Earsdon, Front Street, Edward Eccles Church Hall
- "Church hall. 1910-11 by Wilkinson and Crawley. Given by Edward Eccles, J.P. Hammer-dressed irregularly-coursed sandstone with ashlar dressings. Graduated Lakeland slate roof with stone gable copings. One storey...."

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Church of St. Alban, Earsdon
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Church of St. Alban, Earsdon
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church at Earsdon was built 1836-1837, on the site of a much earlier 13th century church. The church was designed by John & Benjamin Green, ...

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