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St Andrew's Church, Crook

St Andrew's, Crook, Methodist / United Reformed Church is located on Dawson Street in Crook, County Durham. The Church, formerly Crook Central Methodist Church, built in 1868, is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England. The church is now part of both the West Durham Circuit of the Methodist Church and part of the County Durham Mission Partnership of the United Reformed Church. 

Crook 1868 United Reformed Church Churches and Cathedrals Grade II* Listed Methodism
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Dawson Street Primitive Methodist Chapel, Crook

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- "Primitive Methodist Chapel, named and dated 1868 in pediment. Sandstone ashlar with pink granite columns flanking door; Welsh slate roof. Pedimented front of 2 storeys and 3 bays has moulded …

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St Andrew's, Crook, Methodist / UR Church
- Official Website of the Church "Crook Dawson Street Methodist URC Church is set in the busy market town of Crook, the gateway to the beautiful countryside of Weardale in County …

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List number: 1229012
List grade: 2*
County: County Durham
Post code: DL15 8NH
Grid ref: NZ1661535502


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