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Holy Trinity, Church Street

Holy Trinity, Church Street, Seaton Carew, Hartlepool TS25 1BX View on map

Grade II mock gothic building consecrated in 1831 by Bishop Van Mildert. Architect was Thomas Pickersgill and the Sanctuary was added in 1842. Fine stained glass by William Wailes and Sea Farers Memorial in the Churchyard. This church was much photographed by Reverend J W Pattinson 1885-90 whose work is displayed in Bowes Museum.


Opening Arrangements

Sunday 12pm - 2pm (all year) and Saturday 12pm - 4pm (June, July and August only). Alternatively, the church may be available 9am - 5pm each day by prior arrangement with the key holder.


Road: A19- follow directions to Seaton Carew beach, turn right onto seafront. Turn right onto Church Street at Station Hotel then straight ahead. Rail: Seaton Carew 1/2 mile Bus: No 1 to Middlesbrough stops at the bus station at the end of the road

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes