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Holy Trinity, North Road

Holy Trinity, North Road, Wingate, Durham TS28 5AG View on map

Grade II listed parish church built in an old mining village in 1841 by George Jackson of Durham. Early English style in limestone and sandstone. Unplastered interior and First World War memorial east window by William Glasby of London depicting Crucifixion and Saints Cuthbert and George.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Every Friday: 8.30am - 11am; First Monday of each month: 8.45am - 11am; Last Tuesday of each month: 10am-12noon; open quarterly on a Saturday: 10am - 12noon.

Directions

A19 (Middlesbrough to Sunderland ) then A181 towards Durham, village is signposted. Rail: Durham ( 10 miles), Hartlepool (6 miles). Bus: No 22 (Durham - Hartlepool).

Parking Spaces

0

On-street parking

Disabled Access

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

WC

Yes