Church of England Diocese of Newcastle St. Cuthbert, Blyth

About Us

Our church was first established in 1751.  The present church was consecrated in 1885. We have a modern thriving community and always bid a warm welcome to visitors.

We have a spacious double-storey hall which was built in 1926, which is available for hire.  The upper hall has a sprung dance floor.  There is a kitchen which is suitable for food preparation.  There is a lift facility between floors. 

On our web page on the Blyth Churches site you can find out more about our history.  

We have two blue plaques installed - one to mark the site of the first Chapel of Ease in Blyth, where our current Church Hall stands today, and another to commemorate Willie Carr, known as the Strong Man of Blyth, whose family grave is in our church yard.

We look forward to welcoming you in person when you visit us.