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Date

1-1-1980

Description

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.

Notes

Bibliography: "The Newton Aycliffe Story." Great Aycliffe Town Council. 2016, www.great-aycliffe.gov.uk/info/about-aycliffe/the-newton-aycliffe-story/. Accessed 18 Apr. 2016. "New Towns - UK Parliament." UK Parliament, n.d. http://www.parliament.uk/about/living-heritage/transformingsociety/towncountry/towns/overview/newtowns/. Accessed 11 Oct. 2016. Obsorn, Frederic J. and Arnold Whittick. "New Towns: Their origins, Achievement and Progress." London: L. Hill, 1977, pp. 261-271.

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Creator 1 Role

Photographer

Building Type

Church

Subject Headings

New towns--Great Britain; Cities and Towns -- New Towns; Religious buildings -- England -- Newton Aycliffe; Schools

Country Name

United Kingdom

Region Name

England

City Name

Newton Aycliffe

Street Address

1 Burn La

Keywords

new town, towns, community interests, housing, religious architecture

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