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St George’s Church, Brampton (built 1828)

Fri 10th Sept  1 pm – 4 pm

Sat 11th Sept  10 am – 4 pm

Sun 12th Sept   2 pm – 4 pm


Unitarian Meeting House, Lower Street (1717 & 1926)

Fri 10th Sept  12 – 2 pm

Sat 11th Sept  10 am – 4 pm


Chapel of Rest, Newcastle Cemetery  (1866)

Fri 10th Sept 1 pm – 4 pm


Congregational Church, King Street   (1859)

Sat 11th Sept  10 am – 4 pm


The Barracks, Barracks Road  (1855)

Sat 11th Sept 10 am – 4 pm


Holy Trinity Church, London Road (1833)

Sat 11th Sept 9 am – 7 pm

Sun 12th  Sept   2 pm – 5 pm


St. Paul’s Church, Victoria Road (1908)

Sat 11th Sept   10 am – 4 pm

Noon – Guided tour.

Afternoon organ Recital


Lancaster Buildings (1930’s)

Fri 10th Sept – Tours at 11 am, Noon and I pm.

Numbers limited,

Booking essential – Ring 742476


Guided tours of 3 buildings led by Andrew Dobraszczyc

Fri 10th Sept  –  10.30 am

The Wine Vaults, Red Lion Square

Sat 11th Sept  –  10.30 am

Carlton House (Conservative Club), Merrial Street

Sun 12th Sept  –  2 pm

St Giles Church

Numbers limited.

Tickets available Newcastle Library from mid August.



Sun 12th Sept – 2 pm (Meet Bethel Centre, May Street)

A guided walk, ‘The Bottom End of Silverdale’, a talk and a film show led by Brian Nixon.



Sat 11th Sept – 12 noon (meet Baldwin’s Gate)

Unveiling Newcastle Civic Society ‘Blue Plaque’ at station booking office, followed by a social history walk.



Fri 10th Sept – 2 pm (meet Kidsgrove railway station)

An industrial history walk led by Philip Leese – Birchenwood Coal and Ironworks and the Loop Line.



Sun 12th Sept l0 am – 4 pm (Free parking)

Tours of Keele Hall and grounds.

Raven Mason Ceramics Collection on display.

Curator Harry Frost offers free ceramics identification.

University Chapel open.