This ancient church was built in the 13th century, on a site used by the Romans, and atop a much earlier ancient monument that may have been a stone circle. Within the church is the tomb of Bernard Gilpin, the Apostle of the North, who was rector at Houghton-le-Spring. St Michael and All Angels, Church Street, Houghton-le-Spring, Tyne and Wear, England, DH4 4DN
The tower is all that remains of the Victorian church at Low Elswick. The church was built in begun in 1866 and finished in 1868. The church stands on the edge Cruddas Park, a reminder that the Cruddas family helped pay for the building of the church and for many years served as churchwardens. Brunel Terrace, Low Elswick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England, NE4 7NL
An attractive early 18th-century church of brick and stone. This Grade-I listed building was erected in 1718 and extended in 1735 with the addition of an apse and large Italianate window. The exterior presents a fascinating picture of the transition between Queen Anne style and early Georgian taste. Church Street East, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, SR1 2BB
Celebrating its two hundredth anniversary the Marsden Inn is situated on the rolling hills above Marsden Bay in the North East town of South Shields. We've recently finished a Â£250 000 refurbishment of our nine en-suite hotel rooms which opened to great acclaim in September 2015.