Middlesbrough

The Diocese of Middlesbrough has 93 churches (as of 2008). The cathedral is in Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough, and is dedicated to St Mary. The Diocese of Middlesbrough was founded on 20 December 1878 out of the Diocese of Beverley. It consists of the boroughs of Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, Stockton on Tees (south of the river), the cities of Kingston upon Hull and York, East Yorkshire and most of North Yorkshire.

Teesville – St Anne

The church is a utilitarian design, typical of churches of the time in presenting a single worship space with minimal... Read More

Thirsk – All Saints

A modest town-centre Catholic church of the mid-19th" century, probably by a local architect, which has retrained... Read More

Thornaby – Christ the King

The church, one of many by F.B. Swainston for the diocese, is part of a parish complex which brings liturgical and... Read More

Thornaby – St Patrick

The church acts as something of a landmark in a rather drab residential area. Architecturally it is fairly... Read More

Thorntree – Corpus Christi

The church of Christ the King was built at the end of the 1950s and hence before changes in design that followed on... Read More

Ugthorpe – St Anne

A good and substantial rural church, with high quality furnishings, especially the stained glass. The architect George... Read More

Ulshaw Bridge – St Simon and St Jude

A very picturesque small mid-19th" century chapel built in neo-Romanesque style for the Scrope family of Danby... Read More

Whitby – St Hilda

A good example of the work of the noted regional firm of Weightman & Hadfield, with a strong and individual character,... Read More

Withernsea – St Peter and St John Fisher

A simple interwar church of minimal architectural or artistic significance. From 1906 a priest fromHullsaid Sunday... Read More

Wycliffe – St Mary

A handsome mid-19th" century chapel which has been refitted internally but retains some fittings of considerable... Read More

Yarm – St Mary and St Romuald

One of several in the diocese by George Goldie, the church is in a vigorous High Victorian style, built of brick and... Read More

York – English Martyrs

A good and fairly complete 1930s church of the traditional Early Christian style popular with Inter-War Catholic... Read More

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