St George's Cullercoats

St George's Cullercoats

Coordinates: 55°01′52″N 1°25′52″W / 55.031°N 1.431°W / 55.031; -1.431

St. George's Church, Cullercoats
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Broad Church
Website www.cullercoatsparish.org.uk
Administration
Parish Cullercoats
Archdeaconry Northumberland
Diocese Newcastle
Province York

St. George's, Cullercoats, North Tyneside, England was built in the 19th century French Gothic style.

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