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St Cuthbert's Church Hall, Shotley Bridge


St Cuthbert’s Church Hall on Church Bank in Shotley Bridge was originally bult in 1881 as parish schools (separate boys and girls schools) / Sunday school of St Cuthbert's Church. It was built by Smith and Son on 1881 on land donated by Robert Dickenson of Shotley House. The school building was enlarged in 1886 and again in 1897. The lower level was once used a living quarters for the verger of the church. In more recent times, the building is used as a church and community hall. With grants from the Big Lottery Fund, the hall was given a large extension in 1999-2000, which was dedicated by the Bishop of Durham in September 2000. The hall is now a registered charity, providing a range of facilities for the wider community. It also hosts Big Hands Little Hands Childcare. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Shotley Bridge Historic Buildings and Monuments in Benfieldside Former Schools 1881
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St Cuthbert's hall, Shotley Bridge

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Old school on the bank

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St Cuthberts Church Hall

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St. Cuthbert's Hall
- Details of the hall, bookings etc. "...Like the Church, the Hall is a splendid building dating back to Victorian times, listed for its architectural merit. But it's also a ...

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ST CUTHBERT'S SCHOOL - Shotley Bridge - List Entry
- "Parish school. 1882 by Smith and Son; site given by Robert Dickinson of Shotley House. Dated 1881 and 1897 on porches. Snecked sandstone with ashlar plinth, quoins and dressings; Welsh ...

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St Cuthbert’s Church Hall
- "St Cuthbert’s Sunday School was built in 1881 on land given by Robert Dickenson of Shotley House. It was enlarged in 1886 and 1897. The lower level was once ...

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Charity number: 1070977
List number: 1240377
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Grid ref: NZ0929152661

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