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St John the Evanglist’s Church, Otterburn
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St John the Evanglist’s Church, Otterburn
Coordinates: 55°13′56.41″N 2°10′53.67″W / 55.2323361°N 2.1815750°W / 55.2323361; -2.1815750
Location Otterburn, Northumberland
Country England
Denomination Church of England
History
Dedication St John the Evangelist
Dedicated 27 October 1857
Architecture
Heritage designation Grade II listed
Architect(s) John Dobson
Groundbreaking 28 September 1855
Administration
Parish North Tyne and Redesdale Team
Deanery Bellingham
Archdeaconry Lindisfarne
Diocese Diocese of Newcastle

St John the Evangelist's Church is a church in Otterburn, Northumberland, northeast England, located off the A696 road.

History

The foundation stone of Otterburn Church was laid on 28 September 1855 and it was dedicated by the Lord Bishop of Durham, Rt. Revd. Edward Maltby on 27 October 1857. Three sisters, the Misses Davidson, of Lemmington Hall, and Mrs. Askew, of Pallinsburn, built Otterburn Church, in the year 1857, for the use of their tenantry and the neighbourhood. They endowed it with £100 per annum.

Organ

The church had a two manual pipe organ by Nicholson and Newbegin dating from 1910. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.

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