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St Mary, Hall Walks

St Mary, Hall Walks, Easington, Durham SR8 3BP View on map

Grade I listed parish church with Romanesque tower, the remainder early 13th century. Extensive restoration in 1853 by P C Hardwick, four bay aisled nave and a chancel with organ chamber and vestries to the north. Mid 17th century pew ends with deep relief carving and poppy heads in the style of Bishop Cosin’s craftsmen. Well preserved 14th century recumbent female effigy in Frosterly marble.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

1 May - 31 August: Fridays and Saturdays 11.00am - 4.00pm. It is advisable to check that a wedding is not taking place before visiting by telephoning in advance.

Directions

Hall Walks is on B1283 adjacent to A19. Rail: Seaham (5 miles). Bus: 202, 208 and X35 pass the church. 23 and 24 go through the village.

Parking Spaces

20

Disabled Access

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

WC

Yes