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Case Studies

All Saints Church, Lobley Hill, Gateshead Awarded a Grant of £5,000

All Saints Church, Lobley Hill, Gateshead Awarded a Grant of £5,000

The Trustees of NHCT recently awarded All Saints Church, Lobley Hill, Gateshead £5000 towards stonework. The works were completed in August 2023 and this has had a fantastic impact on the church and its community.
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St Mary Magdalene Church, Medomsley, Consett Awarded a Grant of £2,949.30

St Mary Magdalene Church, Medomsley, Consett Awarded a Grant of £2,949.30

St Mary Magdalene Church was recently awarded £2949.30 for a new efficient gas boiler to replace the existing one.  The church is Grade 1 listed and built in the 12th. century. The church is central and focus point to village life. It is open for adult and children's art and craft groups, Warm Space, coffee mornings and fayres, as well as Services and Remembrance Day Services. The local church school uses the church regularly for school services such as Harvest, Easter, Christmas and Leavers Services.
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St Chad's College Chapel, Durham Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St Chad's College Chapel, Durham Awarded a Grant of £5,000

Originally constructed in 1927, St Chad's College Chapel is a much-loved building, which sits in the beautiful grounds of the College, in the heart of Durham's World Heritage Site, under the shadow of a great cathedral. They were awarded £5,000 towards the cost of roof repairs which was completed recently.  
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St. Gabriel's Church, Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St. Gabriel's Church, Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St. Gabriel's church was built on land given by Lord Armstrong at the time when Heaton was expanding to meet the needs of local industry. It is constructed in snecked sandstone with Westmoreland slate. St. Gabriel's was recently awarded £5,000 from Northumbria Historic Churches Trust to help with the improvement to their toilet facilities. The works were completed in May 2023.
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St John of Beverley, Haydon Bridge Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St John of Beverley, Haydon Bridge Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St John of Beverley church was built in 1872-3, together with the now adjoining presbytery.  It is a small well-executed ashlar church in Early English Gothic style, under a pitched slate roof,   standing in its own grounds on the north side of the village of Haydon Bridge. 
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St Brandon’s Church, Brancepeth Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St Brandon’s Church, Brancepeth Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St Brandon’s is a small rural church located in the village of Brancepeth, approximately four miles south west of Durham City. 
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St Paul's Church, Alnwick Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St Paul's Church, Alnwick Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St Paul’s is a mid 19th century church designed by Anthony Salvin, who was responsible for significant restoration work to Alnwick and Warkworth castles.
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Great Bavington United Reformed Church Awarded a Grant of £4,498

Great Bavington United Reformed Church Awarded a Grant of £4,498

Great Bavington Church is located in mid Northumberland and was built around 1693. It is the second-oldest former Presbyterian church in England which is still in use for worship.
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St Cuthbert’s Church, Peterlee Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St Cuthbert’s Church, Peterlee Awarded a Grant of £5,000

St Cuthbert’s is a relatively modern church, built in 1957.  The Trust awarded a grant of £5000 to help pay for replacement of flat roofs, ceiling panels and damp plaster following water ingress.
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