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Friends' Meeting House, Cotherstone


The Friends' Meeting House at Cotherstone is located in a field to the east of the village. The meeting house was built in 1797 and is still an active place of worship for the Teesdale & Cleveland Area Meeting (Quakers). The building was repaired in 1987. It is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

Cotherstone Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cotherstone Civil Parish 1796 Quakers
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Cotherstone Friends' Meeting House

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Cotherstone

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Cotherstone field

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Cotherstone from afar

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Cotherstone Meeting Room

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Cotherstone stand

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Teesdale & Cleveland Area Meeting
- "Teesdale and Cleveland Area Meeting is a registered charity (No. 1134519) comprising a group of 6 local Quaker Meetings. Details of each Local Meeting are below...."

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SOCIETY OF FRIENDS (QUAKERS) MEETING HOUSE - Cotherstone - List Entry
- "Quaker Meeting House. 1796, porch added c.1837. Squared rubble and ashlar dressings. Stone-flagged roof and stone chimney stack. Single storey, 4 bays with low plinth and flush quoins. Projecting ...

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List number: 1323052
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Post code: DL12 9PS
Grid ref: NZ0160819454

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