Cramlington (Sunnyside, Station Road) Primitive Methodist Church Northumberland

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This church was built in 1893

Cramlington is a small town nine miles north of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. At the turn of the twentieth century Cramlington had rich seams of coal as a result of which there was mining on a large scale. This brought many people to the area. This church flourished then but now in 2016 there are no buildings immediately near to it. It is a small church with a large garden area round it. The church stands on its own although nearby there are new houses and a retail park is in the process of being developed.

In 2016 it is still open for worship. The Sunday services for June being advertised for 4.00pm.

 

Photos taken May 2016

OS Map Ref:88:NZ261771

This page was added by Elaine and Richard Pearce on 03/07/2016.

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