St Mary the Virgin Church
Tel: +44 0191 534 6492
St Mary the Virgin is an Anglo-Saxon church listed as being 1 of 20 pre-Viking churches in the country. Founded around 700AD, the chancel was rebuilt in the Norman period and a tower around 1300. It overlooks the cliffs of the Durham coast.
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Map & Directions
Nearest major road is A19. From the north leave A19 at Seaham, turn onto the B1404 proceeding to the B1287. From the south leave A19 at slip road to A182, turn right at the roundabout. Proceed to the B1287 and look out for Church Lane.
Public Transport Directions
Nearest station is Seaham Station. Proceed towards the sea down Denehouse Road, at the end turn left and proceed to Church Lane.