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Church of St. Barnabas, Bournmoor (Bournmoor)

Church of St Barnabas 2006
Church of St Barnabas 2006

Church of St Barnabas 2005
Church of St Barnabas 2005

Exterior view of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Exterior view of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Gate of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Gate of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

End of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
End of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Side of Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Side of Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Front of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Front of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Front of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Front of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Carving above the front door of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Carving above the front door of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Wall of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Wall of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

End of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
End of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

End of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
End of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Window of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Window of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Side of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Side of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

Side of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016
Side of the Church of St. Barnabas 2016

The parish church of Bournmoor was built 1867-8. It is built from brick, and has a slate roof. There is a large white marble Angel of Victory in north aisle, 1894 by Waldo Storey, commemorating 3rd and 4th Earls of Durham. MEMORIALS: the church contains a number of war memorials dedicated to individuals and parishioners who died during world conflicts. They include plaques and stained glass windows (1).

Reference number:D34942
Historical period: Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)
First World War (1914 to 1918)
Second World War (1939 to 1945)
Legal status:Listed Building
  • National Heritage List for England Entry Number: 1120988

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Source of Reference
Local History of Bournmoor


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