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Wallace Green Church


St Andrews Church is located on Wallace Green in Berwick upon Tweed. It was built 1858-1859 by J.D, and I. Hay of Liverpool, and it's first service was held on the 19th of June 1859. Originally a Presbyteria church, it became part of the Church of Scotland in 1971 and it was unified with St. Andrew’s and Lowick in 1987.[1] Wallace Green Church is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

Berwick upon Tweed Churches and Cathedrals 1859 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Berwick upon Tweed
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St Andrew's Church of Scotland, Berwick upon Tweed

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St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Brewick

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Church sign at St. Andrews Kirk in Berwick

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St Andrews Wallace Green

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Berwick church

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St Andrew's Wallace Green
- Official Website of the church. "...More than one hundred and sixty years ago, on 19 June 1859, the first service was held in the newly built Wallace Green Church, and ...

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CHURCH OF SCOTLAND - Berwick - List Entry
- "WALLACE GREEN Presbyterian Church NT 9953 11/219 11 2. 1858-9 by J.D, and I. Hay of Liverpool. Rather imposing, with prickly detail. Decorated style, with large spire with ...

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List number: 1233742
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NT9997753162
Post code: TD15 1EB

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