St Paul's Church, Winlaton

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St Paul
St Paul is located in Tyne and Wear
St Paul
St Paul
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54°57′06″N 1°43′40″W / 54.9516°N 1.7278°W / 54.9516; -1.7278Coordinates: 54°57′06″N 1°43′40″W / 54.9516°N 1.7278°W / 54.9516; -1.7278

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Location Winlaton
Country England
Denomination Anglican
Status Parish church
Functional status Active

St Paul's Church is a 19th-century church in Winlaton, Tyne and Wear, England, dedicated to St Paul.


The church was designed by Ignatius Bonomi and consecrated in 1828.

In the 20th century alterations and maintenance work to the church were carried out by Charlewood, Curry, Wilson & Atkinson, architects.[1]

Inside the church there is a memorial plaque dedicated to former pupils of Blaydon Secondary School who died in World War I. The plaque was transferred to the church when the school closed in 1998.[2]


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