St Pauls Church (Jarrow) Reviews
Description:Jarrow / Tyne and Wear / England
Newest Review: ... there was lots of scaffolding, and once inside the church, there was also evidence of building work in the form of plastic sheeting on the walls. Once inside the church, it is clear that this is not an "ordinary" parish church, and evidence of its importance and history lies in the fact that there is a small shop selling souvenirs. However, this does not detract from the peace and ... more
Customer St Pauls Church (Jarrow) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/05/08 (Very useful, 111 readings)
St Paul's Church On a recent visit to Bede's World in Jarrow, we also went to St Pauls church, which is a short walk through a park from Bedes World. Visitors wanting to visit the church should follow signs for Bede's World, and parking is available either just outside the church or in Bede's World The church is actually the parish church of Jarrow, and so sometimes there are services on, but when nothing is happening, visitors are welcome to have a look around. The church can be accessed from an open gate at the front, with a path leading to the door of the church or from the side, which is the entrance which leads from the park. At the time we went to ... Read the complete review
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