St Cuthbert, Redmarshall

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The grade I listed church building at Redmarshall dates from the late 12th century and contains Jacobean box pews. Attached to the nave is the Langton Chapel which contains recumbent effigies of Sir Thomas and Lady Sybil de Langton. In the sancturary there is an Easter Sepulchre and Sedilia.
St Cuthbert’s is part of a group of six parishes, also including All Saints Great Stainton, St Peter Bishopton, St John the Divine Stillington, St James Grindon and St Peter Wolviston, all within Stockton deanery.

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Revd David Brooke
The Rectory
Church Lane
TS21 1ES
Tel: (01740) 630810
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The Revd David Martin BROOKE
The Rectory, 22 Church Lane
(01740) 630810 Mobile 07967-326085
A Church Near You ID: 13638
Built: Late 12th Century
Our Patron: Bishop of Durham, The Crown and The Chapter of Durham Cathedral in turn

The current editor is: David Brooke

St Cuthbert The church is situated on Church Lane, at the west end of the village., Redmarshall, Cleveland,
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