Plans to convert disused Egglesburn Baptist Church in Teesdale into three bedroom home

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    Northern Echo, 9th January 2018. "A DISUSED chapel could be given fresh life as a family home. Michael Tarn, from Egglesburn, near Middleton-in-Teesdale, is seeking planning consent to convert Eggleston Baptist Church in Egglesburn into a three bedroom house. The grade two listed building dates back to 1872 and was added to the Buildings of Special Architectural or Historical Importance in1987. It retains key Baptist features, namely the lack of hierarchical seating, simple decor, modest dias and a full immersion Baptism tank within the chapel floor. The chapel is well-maintained but now stands empty due to its rural location and falling congregation numbers......"
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    Link: http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/local/southdurham/barnardcastle/15814382.Plans_to_convert_disused_rural_Baptist_chapel_into_three_bedroom_home/
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