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Friends Meeting House, Norton


The Friends Meeting House, at the east side of The Green in Norton, dates from 1671. The building was restored in 1902 and had an extension to the rear of the building in c.1975.[1] The meeting house is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Norton 1671 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stockton-on-Tees Quakers
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Norton

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Religious Society of Friends- Quaker Meeting House

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Norton MR

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Norton rear

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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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FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE - Norton - List Entry
- "1671 Became a Methodist Chapel 1825, restored as Meeting House in 1902. No visible traces of C17 work. Roughcast, pantiled deep eaves. One storey 5 bays, round arched windows. Roughcast ...

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List number: 1140018
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4461422188
District: Tees Valley
Post code: TS20 1DY

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