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
Architecture
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.

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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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