Church of England Diocese of Durham Dalton le Dale

About Us


St Andrew's is a welcoming and friendly church in the picturesque setting of Dalton-le-Dale village. It is a grade II* listed building dating back over 860 years to Norman times although evidence indicates worship has been held on the site for much longer.

The church itself contains many interesting artefacts including an effigy of Sir William Bowes, an ancestor of the late Queen Mother, in full armour, and a Norman doorway situated in the north wall of the church. There are also many interesting features on the outside walls of the church.

We have recently acquired Heritage Lottery Funding for much needed repairs to the fabric of the church which have now been completed along with a new heating system, so we are pleased to announce the church is now open for our regular pattern of services.  

The recent restructure of the Easington Deanery we are without a permanent vicar. Our Lay Preacher is Mrs Carol Maddison who leads us in prayer at Morning Service. Currently the church is without a full time organist. If you know of an organist who could help in any way we would be pleased to hear from them.