List number: 1370652
List grade: 2
Post code: NE65 8UJ
Post code: NE65 8UJ
Grid ref: NZ1543694363

Former parish church of St. Helen, Longhorsely


The former parish church, located half a mile south of Longhorseley was rebuilt in 1783 on the foundations of a much older medieval building and on the site of an Anglo Saxon church.[1] The church was abandoned in 1966 and is now derelict. It is a Grade 2 Listed Building. The graveyard of the former church is still in use. A new Church of St Helen's was established in the village in 1966 by converting the former village school on West Street into a church. In 1981 the porch from the old church of 1783 was dismantled and rebuilt on the new church.[1]

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FORMER PARISH CHURCH OF ST HELEN - List Entry
- "Parish church on medieval site, rebuilt 1783. Chancel 1798, vestry early C19. Ashlar except for squared stone on north; slate roof with stone gable copings....The ground plan with the ...

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Inside St Helen's Church

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St Helens Church, Longhorsley

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St Helen's Church, Longhorsley

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St Helens Church

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Church and churchyard

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Church of St. Helen, Longhorsley
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Church of St. Helen, Longhorsley
- Overview Map Street View The current building of St Helen's Church on West Road in Longhorsely was the former village school which was built in 1848. The school was converted ...
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St. Helen's Church Longhorsley
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