The instigation of faiths to Newton Aycliffe were preceeded non-Catholic until St. Mary's in 1961, which formatted a primary school adjacent its parish. Churches have a strong history throughout many newtowns, to create reasoning and interest to persons flocking to the growing post-war town.
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New towns--Great Britain; Cities and Towns -- New Towns; Religious buildings -- England -- Newton Aycliffe; Schools
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Smolski, Chester, "Newton Aycliffe: St. Mary's Catholic Church & Primary School" (1980). Browse All. 1134.
new town, towns, community interests, housing, religious architecture